Dr. Hui Huang is interested in studying children and families who are dually involved in child welfare and other public service sectors. She has research experience with large scale projects, such as the MacArthur Foundation’s Models for Change Research and the evaluation of the Illinois Title IV-E Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Waiver Demonstration. Dr. Huang has received funding from the National Institute of Justice for her research on the effects of neighborhood on delinquency among foster youth. She is committed to partnering with state and local agencies, helping states harness the power of data and evidence, developing and rigorously evaluating practices and policies. Dr. Huang is also a research fellow for the Fostering Panther Pride initiative at FIU.