Erum Ikramullah is the Senior Research Project Manager at ISPU, where she manages the activities of multiple research projects from initiation through dissemination. Erum has also served as co-author on ISPU’s American Muslim Poll report and has authored several other analysis pieces. Previously, she worked at Child Trends as a Research Analyst on both quantitative and qualitative research studies on topics related to child and family well being. Erum has experience with statistical analysis in SPSS, SAS, and STATA, has co-authored several academic journal articles, and has presented research at the Society for Research on Adolescents and the Population Association of America. She has a BA in Sociology from the University of Maryland.
BA, Sociology, University of Maryland
“Survey: Poverty among American Muslims Is Reportedly High, Despite Large Number of Successful Professionals,” Arab American News, January 10, 2020
“‘A Show of Force’: Muslim-Americans Plan to Get the Vote out on Super Tuesday,” Middle East Eye, March 3, 2020
“How Hind Makki Is Changing the Conversation around Women’s Inclusion in Mosques,” Religion News Service, April 1, 2019