NLIHC Welcomes Sarah Abdelhadi as Senior Research Analyst

NLIHC is pleased to welcome Sarah Abdelhadi as a senior research analyst. Sarah previously served as a research associate with Legal Services Corporation (LSC), the nation’s largest funder of civil legal services for low-income individuals. As part of the team behind LSC’s congressionally funded Eviction Study, Sarah led the development of the Eviction Laws Database in partnership with the Center for Public Health Law Research at Temple University. She was also a founding member of the Civil Court Data Initiative, which collects and translates civil court data into actionable insights for civil legal aid providers, justice advocates, and policymakers. Prior to joining LSC, Sarah worked in healthcare delivery, program monitoring and evaluation, and advocacy efforts on behalf of refugee communities and other vulnerable populations with organizations like the Syrian American Medical Society, Unite for Sight, and Universities Allied for Essential Medicines. She received a Master of Public Health degree in 2017 from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, where she specialized in epidemiology and global health. She also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin.