Ms. Bromley was a Research and Web Assistant for the Joan Ganz Cooney Center, where she assists in coordinating research projects and events, as well as maintaining operations on the Center’s website and throughout the JGCC Social Media network. Prior to joining the team at the Cooney Center, Meagan spent 2010 working with Sesame Workshop’s Education and Research group, first as a graduate student intern, and later as a freelance researcher. She loved the opportunity to join in field work, visiting schools all over New York, and helping the team collect and analyze data on projects ranging from television pilot segments to digital media and video games. Meagan’s interest in children’s media began during her undergraduate research in the Film Studies program at UC Berkeley. After working in the entertainment industry for a few years in Los Angeles, she moved to New York City in 2009 to pursue her Master’s in Education Communication and Technology at NYU. She will complete her degree this May, and is planning to begin work towards her doctorate in the fall.
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