Breanne Burton, MA
Outside of Goshen, Breanne loves to read and collect books, spend time with friends and family, and also enjoys traveling with her partner to National Park sites across the country.
Breanne is a Sociologist with a background in research, teaching, and qualitative methodology. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Sociology from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) where she studied gendered violence, rural communities, and diversity and inclusion. At SIUE and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Breanne conducted numerous qualitative research projects and gained experience teaching undergraduate students in Sociology. Breanne is based in the greater St. Louis region.
Breanne incorporates her passion for Sociology into her role as a Research Assistant at Goshen. Her past research in mental health, interpersonal violence, and rural communities, alongside her personal dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion allow her to utilize her qualitative research skills to explore and address sensitive social issues in her current role.