Juliana is a sought-after authority who leads groundbreaking research studies on various social issues including racial attitudes, cross-national views of gender equality, and the changing American family at the Pew Research Center.
She is an Associate Director of Research at Pew Research Center, where she is responsible for overseeing research on social and demographic trends. She participates in all stages of the research process, from designing and managing major survey projects to analyzing polling data, writing reports, and presenting survey results.
Her research focuses on various social issues, including racial attitudes, cross-national views of gender equality, and the evolving American family. She has also been actively involved in the Center's U.S. politics and global attitudes research efforts. Prior to joining Pew Research Center in 2006, Juliana worked at the Center for American Politics and Citizenship at the University of Maryland.
She holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Maryland at College Park. Juliana regularly shares the Center's research findings with policy and academic communities, and has been interviewed by numerous domestic and international media outlets.