Post Doctoral Researcher
Ambar is a fourth-year doctoral candidate in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis, with an emphasis on Educational Policy. Her research interests include examining the ways in which race-conscious and race-neutral policies hinder or facilitate the educational attainment of historically underserved students of color. For her dissertation research, Ambar is conducting a critical race policy analysis of two Ethnic Studies related policies (i.e., the California Assembly Bill 2016 and the Arizona House Bill 2281). She holds a bachelor's of science from the University of California, Davis, in Community and Regional Development with a minor in Education.