Kaylee is a PhD candidate in Sociology of Education and Education Policy and is a recipient of the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) predoctoral training fellowship and Gerald J. Lieberman fellowship. Her work uses mixed methods to investigate trends in inequality, evaluate policies to mitigate inequality, and innovate the study of inequality, with special attention to the relationship between socioeconomic status and educational experiences. Her dissertation explores socioeconomic inequality in educational opportunities across the life course. Prior to Stanford, Kaylee was a high school English teacher in her hometown. She has an MA in Sociology and a graduate certificate in Quantitative Research in Education from Stanford University, as well as a BA in Sociology and Creative Writing from Emory University.