Resident Fellows

Grace Hopper has two faculty Resident Fellows: Naureen Rashid (Yale Office of Strategic Analysis) and Lloyd Grieger (Assistant Professor, Sociology Department and Jackson Institute for Global Affairs).
The Resident Fellows contribute to life at Grace Hopper by advising students; serving as additional resources for undergraduates, and generally being all-around wonderful participants in all things Hopper. 

Naureen Rashid - E21

Naureen Rashid graduated from Yale College in 2014 with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science. After working in D.C. as a financial analyst at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, she went on to get a Master’s degree in Economics from Columbia University. She currently works for Yale’s Office of Strategic Analysis and is passionate about the economics of education. Outside of work, Naureen loves to bake, play board games, and watch Bollywood movies.

Lloyd Grieger - E31

Lloyd Grieger is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Global Affairs and is the current Director of Graduate Studies for the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs. He received his PhD in Sociology and Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. He teaches classes on statistics, poverty/inequality, and family demography. Outside the classroom Lloyd is a bad cook, slow runner, and fancies himself a connoisseur of pop culture. If you see him, challenge him to a movie or song-lyric quote-off.