Graham Wright is a research associate at the Steinhardt Social Research Institute and the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies. At CMJS Graham coordinates online survey implementation, survey design, and statistical modeling. He has also served as a teaching assistant for graduate and undergraduate level classes on statistics, survey methods, and evaluation research. Graham is a co-author and key analyst for numerous CMJS projects including the 2005 Boston Jewish Community study, the PEJE Day School Evaluation Study, Taglit-Birthright Israel evaluation and long-term impact studies, and evaluation of the greater Boston IACT initiative. He is a co-author of "Intermarriage: The Impact and Lessons of Taglit-Birthright Israel" recently published in Contemporary Jewry, Vol. 31, 2011.
Wright graduated from Connecticut College with a BA in Philosophy and Music Theory.