Sasha Rollinger is the Program Manager for MIT GOV/LAB. Previously, she served as the Membership Manager for the Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism at MIT, with a focus on research administration and support for large-scale, multidisciplinary urbanism projects. Prior to joining the Gov/Lab staff, she spent a decade working in fundraising and membership roles for arts and culture institutions, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Arts and Design, Henry Street Settlement, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Sasha holds an MA in Art Business from the University of Manchester via Sotheby’s Institute of Art (New York), a BA in Communications from the University of Pennsylvania, and a graduate certificate from Harvard Extension School in Corporate Sustainability and Innovation. Sasha serves as the fundraising co-chair for the Somerville Community Growing Center.
Projects October 2019
MIT GOV/LAB Dissertation and Seed Grants
A compilation of research projects and outcomes by MIT Political Science graduate students supported by MIT GOV/LAB.
Projects March 2020
Political Behavior of Development (PBD) Conference
MIT GOV/LAB holds an annual conference for scholars to present works in progress on political behavior in developing country contexts.
Projects January 1970
Building Evidence on Citizen Engagement and Government Accountability
To support engaged scholarship and build a stronger evidence base, MIT GOV/LAB is supporting research on citizen engagement and government accountability.