Carrie Seigler is a doctoral student in Princeton's Sociology department. While completing her B.A. in Sociology and Poverty Studies at Furman University, Carrie engaged in several research projects where she examined immigrant children living in poverty, sexual assault survivors in Botswana, and LGBT Christian communities in the US South. Her current research interests are varied and include religion, sexuality, social stratification, and inequality. To inform her work now, Carrie draws upon her past experiences as the Research Intern for Southern, International, and Religious Programs at GLAAD; the Research and Policy Associate at the Urban Justice Center in New York City; and most recently as the Multifaith Coordinator at Elon University's Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life.