Dow Drukker (He/Him) is the Research Fellow at the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation, where he conducts research and data analysis on various projects related to the well-being of women and girls in the Granite State. In 2021, Dow received his Master’s degree in Sociology and a graduate certificate in Women and Gender studies from the University of New Hampshire.
Prior to his current role, Dow served as an intern for the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation during his final year in his Master’s program and was also a Teaching Assistant throughout his graduate program for the UNH Sociology Department. Dow has also held internships with the Strafford County Public Health Network and New Futures, where he assisted in community outreach, program development, and public health policy research. He believes strongly in the value of research in advancing social justice efforts and the importance of advocating for a fair and equitable future for all community members.
In his free time, Dow enjoys exploring the outdoors, playing with his cat Arlo, and seeing local live music.