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Research & Project Staff

THE CENTER’S STAFF draws on a wide body of expertise and experience. Though most members of our staff focus on specific projects, we often work collaboratively across those lines to ensure the best possible outcomes of our research and to maximize the impact of our work.
 
 
 

STEPHANIE GELLER, Research Project Manager | email
Listening Post Project
Nonprofit Economic Data Project

Stephanie Geller is Research Project Manager for the Listening Post and Nonprofit Employment Data Projects. She received her M.S.W. with a specialization in Social and Community Development from the University of Maryland School of Social Work and has a B.S. in Urban and Regional Studies from Cornell University. Previously, she worked as an Economic Development Coordinator at Downtown Partnership of Baltimore and as a Research Associate at the National Center for Economic and Security Alternatives in Washington, D.C.
 
 

MEGAN HADDOCK, International Research Projects Manager | email
Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project
United Nations Nonprofit Handbook Project
Volunteer Measurement Project

Megan Haddock is International Research Projects Manager for the Comparative Nonprofit Sector, UN Handbook, and Volunteer Measurement Projects. She received her Masters in Public Policy from the Johns Hopkins Institute of Policy Studies and her B.A. from Carleton College in International Relations and Political Science. She was a lead author of the ILO Manual on the Measurement of Volunteer Work, and has co-authored several publications published by the Center, an paper that appeared in the Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, conference papers, and articles for newspapers and magazines.
 
 

CHELSEA NEWHOUSE, Communications Associate | email
Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project
United Nations Nonprofit Handbook Project
Volunteer Measurement Project
Nonprofit Economic Data Project
Listening Post Project
New Frontiers of Philanthropy Project
International Fellows in Philanthropy Program
Media, website, and publications contact

Chelsea Newhouse is the Center’s Communications Associate. Chelsea manages all aspects of the Center’s websites; publication and multimedia production and design; and new and traditional media outreach; and serves as the point of contact for media inquiries. Chelsea also works closely with the Project Managers for the United Nations Nonprofit Handbook, Comparative Nonprofit Sector, Global Volunteer Measurement, Listening Post, Nonprofit Economic Data, and New Frontiers of Philanthropy Projects, and the International Fellows in Philanthropy Program. Chelsea previously worked for the Johns Hopkins University Department of Molecular Biology & Genetics, the Baltimore Sun, and as a community organizer and for Clean Water Action and the Democratic National Committee. She has a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Virginia.
 
 

S. WOJCIECH SOKOLOWSKI, Senior Research Associate | email
Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project
Listening Post Project
Nonprofit Economic Data Project

Dr. Sokolowski is Senior Research Associate for the Comparative Nonprofit Sector, Listening Post, and Nonprofit Employment Data Projects. Dr. Sokolowski received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Rutgers University, an M.A. in Philosophy from the Lublin Catholic University in Poland, and an M.A. in Sociology from San Jose State University. He has taught at Hartnell College, Rutgers University, and Morgan State University. Dr. Sokolowski is the author of Civil Society and the Professions in Eastern Europe: Social Change and Organization in Poland (Plenum/Kluwer, 2001) and a co-author of Measuring Volunteering: A Practical Toolkit (Independent Sector/United Nations Volunteers, 2001). His research interests focus on the interaction between individuals and social institutions and social determinants of cognitive processes, and include writing on social movements, organizations, work, occupations and professions. His publications have appeared in Voluntas, Nonprofit Management & Leadership, the International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, the International Journal of Cultural Policy, and several edited volumes.
 
 

HELEN STONE TICE, Senior Research Associate | email
United Nations Nonprofit Handbook Project
Volunteer Measurement Project

Dr. Tice is Senior Research Associate at the Center. Prior to joining the Center, Dr. Tice was a senior economist with the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) in the U.S. Department of Commerce, the agency with primary responsibility for the U.S. economic accounts. A specialist in national economic accounting, Dr. Tice led BEAs efforts to incorporate the nonprofit sector into U.S. economic accounts. Dr. Tice received her Ph.D. in Economics from Yale University. She has authored and co-authored numerous BEA reports and has published articles in The Review of Income and Wealth, Voluntas, and other publications.
 

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