Evin Millet is the Data and Policy Analyst at the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS). Her research focuses on the economics of immigration, forced migration, and the labor market integration and social inclusion of immigrants. Prior to joining CMS, she worked at the Migration Research Center (MiReKoc) at Koc University in Turkey as a post-doctoral researcher, where she explored the transformative characteristics and developmental impacts of temporary migration and refugee integration policies. She also taught at Rutgers University and The College of New Jersey. She earned a PhD in economics from Rutgers University, an MA in economics from Istanbul Bilgi University, and a BA in economics from Istanbul University.
Andrea (Andie) Tong is the Development and Communications Associate at the Center for Migration Studies (CMS). Before joining CMS in 2021, Andie served as a volunteer on a South Indian mango farm in solidarity with people living in social exclusion. During her service, she developed a branding and communications strategy for the NGO in response to the pandemic. In 2019, Andie received her B.S. in Environmental Earth Science from the University of Notre Dame where she learned to apply analytical thinking to Catholic Social Teaching and relationship building in the broader community. As a native Texan, Andie enjoys tacos and crawfish boils with her spirited Filipino family.
Jacquelyn Pavilon is the Deputy Director at the Center for Migration Studies.
Daniela Alulema is a consultant for the Center for Migration Studies (CMS). She previously served as CMS’s director of programs and was a full-time staff member at CMS for nearly eight years. In 2015, Ms. Alulema received her Master of Arts in the Urban Policy Analysis and Management Program at The New School. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Baruch College, CUNY in 2007. Ms. Alulema currently serves as a board member in the New York State Youth Leadership Council, where she also served as media and budgeting coordinator from 2009 to 2011. Originally from Quito, Ecuador, Ms. Alulema is fluent in Spanish and enjoys to travel.