Carrie Seigler is a doctoral student in Princeton's Sociology department. While completing her B.A. in Sociology and Poverty Studies at Furman University (Greenville, SC), Carrie studied and worked with immigrant children living in poverty, sexual assault survivors in Botswana, and LGBT Christian communities in the US South. Her research interests are varied and include inequality, gender, sexuality, and religion. She is currently conducting an interview-based study of individuals who have experienced sexual violence at the hands of religious leaders or within religious communities.
Carrie is a recipient of Princeton University's President's Fellowship as well as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Her research is also supported by the Center for the Study of Religion where she is a graduate fellow in Religion and Public Life.