Mark Abraham, Executive Director

Mark Abraham is the Executive Director of DataHaven, a public service non-profit organization that partners with local and state government agencies, academic and health care institutions, foundations, and community organizations to collect, share, and interpret public information about Connecticut.

In his role at DataHaven, Mark has authored or co-authored cross-sector reports including the Greater New HavenFairfield County, and Greater Hartford Community Wellbeing Indexes. He established the DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey program that has created an unprecedented source of statewide- and neighborhood-level information about community life, public health, economic security, and other topics through live, in-depth interviews with over 35,000 randomly-selected adults in 2012, 2015, 2018, 2020, and 2021.

From 2014 to 2017, Mark served as a Fellow of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, as part of a national cohort focused on Racial Equity. Mark has received an "Impact Award" from the Community Indicators Consortium and a national "40 under 40 in public health" award from the de Beaumont Foundation, and was elected to the Executive Committee of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (Washington, DC).

Mark is a graduate of Yale University, and is pursuing graduate studies at the Yale School of Public Health. He previously worked as a planner for the New York City 2012 Summer Olympic Games Bid Committee. His interest in sharing information about cities and well-being has led him to attract over 50,000 followers to his personal Twitter account, @urbandata. 

Camille Seaberry, Senior Research Associate

Camille Seaberry is a Senior Research Associate at DataHaven. In her role at DataHaven, Camille has created or co-authored reports and interactive data resources on issues related to demographics and health equity, including detailed profiles for cities, towns, and small population groups throughout Connecticut. Camille is a lead author of the organization's Town Equity Reports and 2019 Community Wellbeing Index publications.

Camille has significant experience in data analysis, interactive data visualization development, and research and writing to support various government and non-profit initiatives. She also has a background in high-school mathematics and STEM education, a skill she has applied at DataHaven to develop various data workshops for area non-profits and educators. 

Camille received her BS in Physics from Yale University, and completed the Data Science Certificate program at Harvard University Extension School. 

Kelly Davila, Senior Research Associate

Kelly Davila is a Senior Research Associate at DataHaven. In this role, Kelly leads research and evaluation projects involving analyzing data and explaining findings to DataHaven's public and private partners. Kelly is a lead author of DataHaven's statewide health equity report, and is directing other research initiatives at the organization.

Kelly has a background in public policy, urban development, transportation planning, spatial analysis, and demographically-informed policy research. Prior to joining DataHaven, Kelly was the Senior Research Analyst and Research Practice Lead at IUPUI's Polis Center, an applied research center that helps define, measure, and improve conditions across more than 2,000 Indiana communities.

Kelly earned Master’s Degrees in Urban & Regional Planning from the University of Iowa, and Anthropology from the University of Southern Mississippi. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Kelly obtained a BA degree in Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin.

Coral Wonderly, Research Associate

Coral Wonderly has expertise in public policy, urban and regional planning, economics, and research design and methods. Coral has experience at the state and federal level working with issues from policy areas including employment, education, housing, and health care accessibility.

Prior to joining DataHaven, Coral served as a research specialist at The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services in the Office of Workforce Development. Coral has also served as a Research Assistant at The Ohio State University’s John Glenn College of Public Affairs, Eastern Washington University’s Institute of Public Policy and Economic Analysis, The Federal Housing Finance Agency, and the Washington State Department of Commerce.

Coral earned her Master of Public Administration from The Ohio State University’s John Glenn College of Public Affairs, her Master of Urban and Regional Planning from Eastern Washington University, and her BS in Economics from Eastern Washington University.

Additional DataHaven Staff and Fellows

  • Aparna Nathan, Research Assistant 
  • Nathan Kim, Research Assistant
  • Patrick Hayes, Research Assistant (Fellowship)
  • In addition to our core staff, we work with a number of expert researchers and consultants located throughout Connecticut and the United States who provide invaluable contributions and advice.