Bromer is currently the principal investigator on the Evaluation of a Relationship-Based Professional Development Program for Support Staff Working with Home-Based Providers, Family Child Care Networks project, and the Early Childhood Specialist Program: Lessons Learned and Future Planning project. She also serves as an expert consultant for the Family Provider Relationship Quality Measurement project and a consultant to a social capital development and child care in low-income neighborhoods project with Illinois Action for Children. Bromer continues to disseminate findings from the LISC Family Child Care Network Impact Study and is an action editor for a special issue of the Early Childhood Research Quarterly on family child care. Her past work includes research on the family and community support roles of child care providers across settings and the development of a national accreditation system and quality standards for family child care.
- B.A., Columbia University
- M.S. in education, Bank Street College of Education
- Ph.D. in human development, University of Chicago