Meagan (Bromley) Henry is an experienced mixed-methods researcher, evaluator, and manager. She brings expertise in quantitative and qualitative research design and analysis, remote data collection, UX research, digital product development, and survey design. Her research focuses on providing new insights into digital media for learning, game design, family engagement, and learning across informal settings.

At EDC’s Center for Children and Technology, Henry contributes to National Science Foundation-funded research that advances informal STEM learning with autistic youth and Ready to Learn.

Before joining EDC, Henry served as a researcher with CREATE Lab and a senior analyst at The Walt Disney Company. Early in her career, she trained as a researcher at Sesame Workshop and The Joan Ganz Cooney Center. Her findings have been shared widely at academic and industry conferences and in journals such as Computers & Education.

Henry holds a PhD in Educational Communication and Technology from New York University, an MA in Digital Media Design for Learning from New York University, and a BA in Film Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.