Dallas Wright

Research Project Manager

Dallas Wright

Dallas Wright is a lifelong Chicagoan with over 6 years of experience in the city’s nonprofit sector. While working at Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) to help support the health needs of South Side families, he earned an M.A. from DePaul University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. His research interests include violence reduction, public health, and incarceration’s impact on psychological wellbeing. Dallas is an avid basketball fan, and also enjoys spending his free time gardening and attempting to learn Arabic.

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Currently, our research focuses primarily on gun violence prevention and community violence intervention (CVI), policing practices, and public safety, and we are expanding into other areas that effect neighborhood health and well-being.

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