Victoria Ciudad-Real is a Project Manager for the Price Center for Social Innovation. Her research interests include studying immigrant and Latinx communities and racial equity. At the Price Center she manages research projects covering workforce development, housing insecurity, economic inclusion, and qualitative analysis.
Victoria is a Southern California native and holds a Masters of Public Policy from the USC Price School of Public Policy. During her time as a graduate student she served as a Research Assistant at the Price Center, in which she played a key role in researching the tradeoffs of rent burden amongst poor urban families and managing the Affordable Los Angeles Community Survey. As a proud daughter of Salvadoran immigrants, Victoria is committed to using research and data to inform good public policy and social change. Victoria completed her undergraduate education in Public Policy and Global Studies from UC Riverside. In her free time Victoria enjoys listening to podcasts, reading and baking.