Hamutal Bernstein is a research associate in the Income and Benefits Policy Center at the Urban Institute, where her research focuses on program evaluation, workforce development and education, and immigration and integration issues. She has wide expertise in mixed-methods research, including original survey development, secondary data analysis, and qualitative data collection and analysis. Bernstein’s evaluation and survey research includes the systems change analysis of the National Implementation Evaluation of the Health Profession Opportunity Grants program, evaluation of the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program, and evaluation design activities on the LRNG youth learning initiative. She is also a principal investigator on the Annual Survey of Refugees and leading in the redesign of the survey for the Office of Refugee Resettlement. Her other areas of research focus on immigrant upskilling, immigrant inclusion at the local level, and other human services topics. Before joining Urban, Bernstein was a program officer at the German Marshall Fund of the United States, managing public opinion survey research in the United States and Europe. This position followed her work at the Institute for the Study of International Migration at Georgetown University and as a migration consultant to international organizations. She has conducted fieldwork in English and Spanish in the United States and abroad, and she speaks fluent French. Bernstein received her BA in international relations from Brown University and completed her PhD in government at Georgetown University.