Kamaria joined EAB in 2019 and has served in both K-12 and higher ed research roles. She currently partners with institutions to focus on supporting institutional priorities related to optimizing operational strategy for facilities leadership, campus sustainability planning, and advancing university research enterprises. Kamaria has contributed to the K-12 practice with research focused on teacher development, equitable math instruction, and district administrative organizational structures.
Prior to joining EAB, Kamaria worked as an ABA therapist and taught at a laboratory preschool studying child development.
Kamaria earned a B.S. in Human Development and Family Science from Syracuse University with concentrations in Child Development and Child and Family Policy.