Dakota Bragato has a background in social science research and policy analysis, as well as experience in childcare, education, and community organizing. Her work focuses on child and family development, health, and well-being. Her skills include quantitative and qualitative research and technical writing. Currently, she supports several projects in the Child and Family Development practice area: Supporting and Strengthening the Home Visiting Workforce, National Home Visiting Resource Center, and California Home Visiting Coordination.
Prior to joining JBA, Bragato worked at the Tompkins County Reentry Project in Ithaca, NY, as a research assistant and at ONE [Organizing Neighborhood Equity] DC as an organizing apprentice. She received a B.A. in American Studies from Cornell University.