Coordinator of Research & Dissemination, Gender & Family Project
Rodney Lin is the Coordinator of Research & Dissemination at the Ackerman Institute’s Gender and Family Project. They received their Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Psychology and Global Public Health at New York University.
Prior to their work in the Gender and Family Project, Rodney served as the project coordinator for the Transgender Identity Formation Study (TIFS), a qualitative study focused on the narratives of 27 transgender individuals in New York City. They were also the lab manager for the Chinese Families Lab (CFL), which examined gender narratives from two longitudinal studies of children and adolescents from Nanjing, China. Rodney is determined to work towards a world where diverse gender identities are celebrated across all settings.