Ellie’s work and focus areas include social science research, data analysis, fact gathering, open source investigations, and Freedom of Information Act requests. She works out of Everytown’s New York office.
Ellie has a master’s degree in Public Health from Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with a concentration in Global Health Management and Policy. Her undergraduate degree is also from Tulane University.
Prior to Everytown, she worked as a gun safety legislative assistant for Congressman Thomas Suozzi, a research assistant for the Global Health Management and Policy department chair in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a founder of a violence prevention program for students living in New Orleans, a chapter leader of Moms Demand Action in New Orleans, and the City Gun Violence Prevention Lead for Moms Demand Action in DC.
Through social science research, data analysis, open source investigations, and Freedom of Information Act requests, Ellie’s research uncovers truths about the gun industry and helps the litigators build strong cases.