Eduardo Lara (he/him) is a Research Specialist for the Center for Digital Thriving with a passion for well-being among young people and diverse populations.
He brings six years of academic and non-profit research experience with a specific lens on mental health and well-being among LGBTQ young people, Native American young people, and Spanish-speaking communities.
Before joining Project Zero, Eduardo worked on international surveys of LGBTQ youth mental health and well being with the Trevor Project. Eduardo enjoys yoga, learning languages, spending time at the beach or in the mountains, and cooking with his partner.
Eduardo graduated from the University of California Los Angeles with a B.A. in Psychology and International Development Studies.