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Vivian Tseng

Vivian Tseng, PhD

Vivian Tseng is Vice President of the William T. Grant Foundation, where she leads grantmaking and spearheads the Foundation's initiatives to connect research, policy, and practice. She has worked to develop the Foundation's research interests in youth's everyday settings and in how research is used in policy and practice affecting youth. She oversees the William T. Grant Scholars Program for promising early career researchers. Dr. Tseng received her PhD in Community Psychology with a minor in Quantitative Methods and concentration in Developmental Psychology from New York University and her BA in Psychology and specialization in Asian American Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. Her empirical research focused on understanding how immigration, race, and culture affected youth and their families and has been published in Child Development, Journal of Marriage and the Family, American Journal of Community Psychology, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, and the Handbooks of Parenting, Asian American Psychology, and 21st Century Education.


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