Yolanda Carmen Martin
Yolanda Martín is a native of Madrid, Spain, arriving to New York in 2000. She earned a B.A. Cum Laude from Vassar College in sociology and Chinese, and a Ph.D. in sociology (migration and ethnography focus) from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Dr. Martín is a Fulbright Scholar (Western Hemisphere), and lived in the Dominican Republic while conducting research on United States green card holders deported to the Dominican Republic after decades living in the continental U.S. Her scholarly work has been published in peer-reviewed journals (such as Radical History Review, Latino Studies, and Dialectic Anthropology, among others). In her free time, Dr. Martín enjoys hiking and traveling with her husband and their two young, fully bilingual children. She is delighted to be part of The Chapin School community as a member of the World Languages Department, a Class 6 advisor, and a FLL Robotics Team Coach.