Lucero Ramirez Varela

BRCCH Consortium Member
Harvard Graduate School of Education

Lucero Ramirez Varela is a research assistant at the EASEL Lab and the SEED Lab, at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA. Her research interests include social-emotional development in global contexts and peer interactions as mechanisms to foster positive behaviors. Moreover, Lucero is interested in developing and implementing educational interventions based on developmental science and prevention research. Before coming to the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Lucero worked as a project manager in the Evaluation center at Universidad de Los Andes. There, she assessed school climate and social-emotional competencies in elementary school students. Previously, she was a project coordinator at Colombia’s National Ministry of Education, where she participated in the first national quality measurement of early childhood education services. Lucero holds an Ed.M. in Prevention Science and Practice from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, a MSc in Psychology from Universidad de Los Andes, and a bachelor’s in psychology from the same university.

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