Oliver Ponce is a sociologist interested in the intersection of race, income inequality, and public health outcomes. Oliver plays a critical role in analyzing administrative data on several projects, including providing support to the monitors of federal class action litigation settlements, and facilitating learning between child welfare agencies and family courts. Prior to joining Action Research, Oliver served as a public health intern for the Corner Health Center in Ypsilanti, Michigan, where he researched health disparities among the Latino population of Washtenaw County. Oliver is both a Posse Scholar and a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Undergraduate Public Health Scholar (CUPS). He received his B.A. in Sociology from Colby College in 2015.