Sarah-Eve Dill is a senior editor and program lead for early childhood development research at the Stanford Center on China's Economy and Institutions (SCCEI). She earned her B.A. in Development Studies and East Asia Studies from Brown University in 2017. Her interests include urbanization, urban migration, and inequality, and she has conducted extensive field research among migrant communities in China, as well as immigrant communities in the United States. She has worked with the Rural Education Action Program (REAP) at SCCEI since 2018, during which time she has been involved in research projects on health and educational issues in rural China, with a focus on early childhood development.