Kayla Warner
Research Assistant
Postsecondary Education

Warner is a technical research assistant in the Postsecondary Education policy area, where she works on interventions that aim to broaden community college access and improve completion rates among low-income students. Currently, she provides technical and general assistance on Scaling Up College Completion Efforts for Student Success, the IES Cluster RCT project, the long-term follow-up study of ASAP Ohio, Part-Time SAIL, and Montana 10. Before joining MDRC in 2022, she worked on a variety of data-based environmental science research projects at the City University of New York and the New York Botanical Garden. Warner graduated with a bachelor’s degree in environmental biology from Barnard College.



Positive Outcomes from the ASAP Ohio Demonstration


Six-Year Findings from the ASAP Ohio Demonstration