Nina Page

Research Analyst


Nina Page is a Research Analyst for Social Policy and Economics Research. She supports project management and qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, including development and oversight of deliverable schedules; co-leading internal and client team meetings; semi-structured interview administration; cleaning, coding, and analysis of qualitative data in NVivo; conducting literature reviews; compiling, cleaning, and analyzing quantitative data in SAS; and report writing. Page works across projects primarily for USDA FNS. Currently, she is the project manager of the WIC Participant and Program Characteristics project for which she completed the Foundations of Data Equity course. The course provided Page with applied skills for infusing equity in her current and future data work. She has also supported a variety of projects for ED and CMS. Most recently, Page was the qualitative research lead for an evaluation study of the Washington Student Achievement Council’s Passport to Careers scholarship program, which supports former foster and unaccompanied homeless youth to pursue higher education.

Previously at Insight Policy Research, Page supported the Diversity, Equity, Belonging, and Mattering (DEBM) committee and the Committee Management and Communications subcommittee to implement equity initiatives across the organization.  


  • BA (with honors), English Language and Literature and Sociology, University of Maryland

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