Audrey Boochever is a PhD student at the UC Davis School of Education, with a designated emphasis of Computational Social Science. Her transdisciplinary research draws on the economics and sociology of education to study and inform the ways that legislation, school boards, and school leaders address educational inequities. Her other research interests include transformative and restorative justice in schools, career and technical education (CTE), alternative schools, the use of data and research in school systems, and the application of quantitative methods to critical race theory (QuantCrit). Boochever previously taught at a Title 1 high school in Memphis, TN, through Teach for America, and was a senior data analyst at Aspire Public Schools, a network of charter schools in California. Boochever received her MS from the University of California, Davis.