Nour Abdul-Razzak is currently a PhD student at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy.
Nour is working on an evaluation of an intervention that blends trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy with wraparound services to reduce crime and increase school engagement. More broadly, her research interests include investigating how social and emotional learning and human capital-focused interventions can improve life outcomes for disadvantaged urban youth. She holds a BS in civil engineering and political science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In her spare time, Nour enjoys biking and reading about history and politics.