Call to Action on Unearthing Evaluation Roots
Narratives have power. They shape what we believe reality to be, how we see the world, and what we think is important. When a dominant narrative oppresses, alternative, counter narratives can liberate. The first edition of 'Evaluation Roots: Tracing Theorists’ Views and Influences,' edited by Marv Alkin in 2004, solidifies a narrative about how the field of evaluation unfolded, who it is for, and what its purpose is. Its categorization of evaluation continues to exclude and marginalize evaluators of color, indigenous evaluators, and evaluators using evaluation for racial, gender, and economic justice: Each semester, hundreds of emerging evaluators are socialized into the field of evaluation through Evaluation Roots. Each new academic cohort that reads it graduates thinking that evaluation in the USA, and indeed the world, is almost entirely white. This harms not just emerging evaluators of color and indigenous evaluators, who question their place and belonging in the field. It also harms emerging white evaluators, who see communities of color and indigenous communities only as program participants—passive recipients consuming services as opposed to colleagues, agents of change, and producers of knowledge actively shaping the field and the world.

The 2012 international edition made a step in the right direction. It includes authors of color and indigenous authors and expands the narrative slightly, to encompass white evaluators using evaluation to serve communities that are disproportionately represented in evaluated programs as a result of racialized and gendered narratives and associated policies and practices at every level and sector of government, education, social services, and business. But evaluators of color and indigenous evaluators, including women of color and indigenous women, have been shaping evaluation in the United States, as documented by Hopson & Hood (2008), for nearly a hundred years (See Hood & Hopson’s 2008 Evaluation Roots Reconsidered, among others; They remain invisible. This new edition is an opportunity to take the work that started in the second edition even farther.

While the new edition includes several more people of color, it does not to our knowledge include any representation of evaluation or evaluators indigenous to North, Central, or South America. Indigenous peoples and First Nations governments are the original caretakers of the earth and land. Representing indigenous evaluation in a US edition with a single author indigenous to the South Pacific/ Australasia and without any representation indigenous to the Americas is highly problematic. It not only erases the contributions of numerous scholars and practitioners indigenous to the Americas who are worthy of canonization. It also obscures contextual and place-based specificities that indigenous evaluation theory and practice have taught this field and others to notice. If the new edition is intended to be international as opposed to U.S.-focused, the omission of representation indigenous to the Americas, Africa, Asia, and Europe is even more egregious. A book that fails to represent evaluation traditions and peoples indigenous to the so-called Global North is something that we as a field can no longer invest in. We must divest from colonization and all contemporary practices of it.

The field of evaluation’s whiteness is ubiquitous, and harmful. Members of our field have actively oppressed the voices of those whose otherization—through artificial categories of race, gender, sexuality, class, and ability status—it has exacerbated. This oppression has diseased our roots as a field, confining our practice and profession, traumatizing members of our field, and harming the communities that we claim to serve through our work. If any good can be said about the last 18 months, it is that they have raised to the surface and made more visible the deep damage that exclusion and marginalization cause. Why would we, at this moment, reinvest in such a tired narrative of evaluation ( Now is the time to disrupt this unjust pattern. We have an opportunity to support our field’s ongoing healing and transformation by shaping a more accurate, just, and transformational narrative through the next edition of Evaluation Roots and beyond.

Narrative change is long-term work, and we see this next edition of Evaluation Roots as one potential step in the right direction, along with the work of many others like Stafford Hood and Rodney Hopson ( and Veronica Thomas and Patricia Campbell (

We call on Marv Alkin, Christina Christie, and Guilford Press to join us in healing evaluation’s roots:

1. At a minimum, include authors indigenous to the Americas, from the Global North and Global South, who use their ancestral evaluative traditions, culture, or language within their evaluation practice and scholarship. Include the perspectives of First Nations government evaluation leaders. (Separating Indigenous peoples from their sovereign rights as members of internationally recognized First Nations governments like other nation-states is further evidence of colonization. On this matter, see UNDRIP []; and the ethical guidelines from CES, AEA, and other VOPEs.)

2. Analyze and address white supremacy, patriarchy, heteronormativity, and ableism as they show up in the narrative across the chapters of this particular publication and across multiple publications. Include a chapter that addresses colonization and structural racialization—which evaluators of color and indigenous evaluators (in particular, but also white evaluators) have been writing about since at least the 1980s—as a reflection on updates in the new edition.

3. Cultivate the development of publications by evaluators of color and indigenous evaluators that address colonization and structural racialization. Maximize access to publication opportunities by providing such authors with the financial and other types of support that are currently distributed inequitably, as a result of systemic oppression.

4. With these and all authors, negotiate a shared author agreement where the contributing author retains intellectual property, cultural protections, and governance/ ownership rights over the information.

5. Share royalties with authors and/or donate them to organizations that authors choose.

We sign this letter as a community of evaluation funders, scholars, educators, practitioners, activists, and organizers—colleagues committed to holding ourselves and each other accountable for the healing and transformation of our field and knowledge work more generally.

To add your name as a signatory, please fill in the form below.

Comments from signatories:

These are comments to the authors of Evaluation Roots. I am signing on to this call to action because (a) I believe that evaluation theory is an important part of our profession and I am glad books broadly looking at our theories exist and (b) there are many theories and voices in our field that have been systematically ignored or even repressed. I hope to see greater expansion of what this book can and should look like to better represent who we are as a field. (Dana Wanzer)

Thank you for your leadership! I wonder if there might be an opportunity to make the new edition of the text more accessible through an online interactive platform that is searchable by keywords and could highlight geographic origin of theories on a map. I find traditional textbooks to only reach a small subset of our field given the often high costs associated. (Elizabeth Grim)

I'd love a convo about publishers and author rights and compensation more generally as well as supporting new and practitioner writers. 3, 4, and 5 go well beyond this text. AEA flagship journals are a place to start. I'd also not like to reenforce eval theory as the use of theorist-developed models. A tired narrative that reenforces espoused theory over actual praxis, not sure the approach is as widely used as assumed here and if so yikes. (Emily Gates)

It is crucial that we center marginalized evaluation perspectives. For far too long, evaluators of intersectional marginalized backgrounds have been ignored. (Diana Lemos)

Thank you for starting this conversation. <3 (Molly O'Connor)

I appreciate you all for your time and energy in sharing these ideas, resources and putting this petition together. Thank you! (Julie Poncelet)

Very important work (Pushpa Iyer)

Thank you for advancing this!!! (Cynthia N. CORTEZ)

Thank you, Vidhya, for your steadfast scholarship and leadership. I have learned so much from your work and hope others do, too. (Clare Nolan)

In my 25 years as an evaluator, I have missed out on so much learning and insight because of white supremacy and the paucity of knowing that it deems allowable. It is way past time for change. Let's enrich our field with indigenous and evaluator of color leadership. (Sheri Scott)

More strength, more power. (Erin Clark)

Thank you all so much for leading this very important effort. (KIm Sabo Flores)

Thank you for your leadership! (Michel Lahti)

Implicit bias is only a tiny part of racism and white supremacy (Pauline E Brooks, PhD)

Thank you for surfacing this and providing an opportunity to participate in this advocacy. (Wendy DuBow)

I am so pleased to see us pushing evaluation to be more equitable and inclusive. Within academic circles as a researcher and evaluator of color, I always felt there was something missing within our evaluation and research discussions as we consistently centered theories and methods based on old white supremacy ideologies, nor did I see anyone like me in the literature. I was also consistently devalued as an evaluator of color serving low-income, disenfranchised, and oppressed LA County communities by so called "experts". What a relief to have these conversations out in the open instead of with a select few of us changemakers and rebel rousers. (Arturo Garcia, Jr.)

We come to believe that to which we are exposed in our formative years and professional development. Kudos to all involved in pushing to broaden editorial boards' and publishing firms' views of what qualifies as content worth publishing and selling to academic markets. Evaluators' exposure and access to published works that are inclusive of and derived from multicultural perspectives serve the evaluation field well. (Norma Martínez-Rubin, MPH, MBA)

Evaluation in communities experiencing oppression must be led by the oppressed. (Antonia Apolinário Wilcoxon, EdD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, community Health)

I'm so glad to sign on and support this call to action. I have been striving to unlearn dominant culture limitations in thinking and knowing while working to create and co-create mechanisms for expanding knowing and advancing understanding of how we collectively work towards the betterment of communities, uplifting peoples facing systemic oppression and all humanity. I would expand this call to have the global community of evaluators of color, culture and conscience rise up and proclaim our traditional ways of knowing and make space for contributing how spirit guides science and science validates spirit wisdom within and beyond the constricted academic validation space. At the same time, just seeing this inspires me to continue to seek and make space/take space for our innovations and collective advancement! (Geri Peak, mph/drph)

Thank you for doing this!!! (Elizabeth DiLuzio)

This is an essential effort and I look forward to its success. (Lois Thiessen Love, PhD)

As a master's graduate with a certification in evaluation studies from prestigious U of MN Evaluation Department, this text was a part of my curriculum. I can only imagine what a more advanced person I would be had Indigenous Roots been included and discussed as a key contributor to the evaluation field. I stand in solidarity with the BIPOC community on this issue. (Sara Stalland McGarraugh, M.P.P.)

Evaluation without the community is an exercise in surveillance and power. (Michael Vandemaat)

Thank you for leading this important work! (Kate Diamond)

I'm an immigrant/refugee, a person who's racial profile is both the colonizer and the colonized, someone with an untraditional academic experience. I come from activism, advocacy, compliance and surviving. I am not the mold of an evaluator. I am exactly the mold of an evaluator. When I came into the field, I saw predominantly white evaluators commodifying their evaluator colleagues (from underrepresented and BIPOC communities) for their own benefit and to gain career traction in evaluation as equity leaders when they do not practice what they preach. Want to see genuine brilliance, innovation and evaluation with impact? Publish us, not them. (Lila Burgos)

Also working as Credentialed Evaluator and leader of evaluation mandates worldwide, Vice-President of IDEAS and Past President of AfrEA. (Serge Eric YAKEU)

I agree with what you are doing :). Thanks! (Sarojini Pokawa)

Signing as an individual, not as a representative of CSUF (Mojgan Sami)

This is a game changer to the evaluation literature and I am soo happy to put my name to it. It is time. Aluta continua. Thank you. (Antony Maikuri)

Thank you for your collective effort and courage to bring this to light. (Maddy Frey)

As a grad student I had to seek out non-western evaluation theory/practice texts on my own as none were included in the curriculum so I am thrilled to sign this petition. To those who penned the statement - thank you! I stand with you in word and deed. #uproot-the-tree (Jennifer Billman, Ph.D.)

I support our colleagues for pushing our discipline to acknowledge evaluation roots established by Black and Indigenous Evaluators. I am a sociologist by training and did not realize until later in my career how fortunate I was and how atypical my experience was to be taught and mentored by Black sociologists in the Black sociological tradition. I understood early and articulated always in my own teaching, research, administrative work and now evaluation the influence of Black scholars on what we do and how we do it. Let's do the same in evaluation! (Mindelyn Anderson)

Thank you unearthing this anomaly and for spearheading this fight for change. (John T. Njovu)

Thank you. Things must change. (Terry Schleder)

May this encourage a field-wide review of evaluation texts used in higher education (Michael Petillo)

If you want to understand what drives me in my work and my life, it is this extract from a poem written over 200 years ago by William Blake. I cry every time I read it. (Bob Williams)

Yay!! Would love to collab! Solidarity from my own 97% white, 83% male, 98% non-disabled discipline, philosophy. Here's a recent conference held by our professional org American Philosophical Association, one initiative the APA is taking to address our terrible history and present state: (Grace Cebrero)

When Canada finally realized what atrocity and injustice happened to generations of Indigenous children in the residential schools, Robert Green, Elder-in-Residence for Canadian Museum for Human Rights, shared "We all have a choice: to ignore this or do nothing. Or take action." Evaluators are no longer reports that you wait for, we are change-agents bringing diversity of wisdom and ways of knowing. We need to act for the emerging evaluators so they can begin their journey in evaluation rooted in the collective wisdom from all of us. (Keiko Kuji-Shikatani)

Signing as not only an individual but as a team. Thanking for pushing for narrative change, representation and shifting to shared power. (Tracy Welsh)

Thank you for leading this change to our field by raising up the voices of those who have been marginalized and colonized over the natural resources they have lived among and cherished. We owe our caregivers a better profession. (David S. Robinson)

"“Power concedes nothing without a demand”, to pen a common Douglass quote.
Bravo to the efforts that have led to unearthing the normative evaluation roots stories learned by so many of us (few in the big picture) in our limited US-based academic and university halls of training. Thus, the work you cite and this petition is but a gadfly in the movement to reclaim and retell the canon of the field. I support the soul of this statement.
Perhaps other tactics beyond these are necessary and the short term effort to petition the publisher could use more direct discussion and engagement, including using this platform to inspire new and emerging ideas to pen so that the focus on this one book is not the central focus of the unearthing call to action.
Until we assume the leadership of these organizations, create our own spaces to leverage capital and networks, build capacities and generations of counter narratives, the perspective of the jungle will always be by those who believe it’s the lion… (Rodney Hopson)"

Thank you for the time, energy and hard work it took to write this call to action. I appreciate the authors' efforts! (Chelsea Horváth)

Thank you for the call to ACTION! (Crystal Li)

Thank you!!! (Dineisha Milsap)

I hope this vital movement partners with ASARPI (Professor John H Stanfield II)

Thank you for organizing this important advocacy, but it's just a start. Do you have thoughts about other collective action? If so, I'm in. While organizing scholars for sustained, focused action is notoriously hard, we need to finally throw off the yoke of white, patriarchal scientism. (Mark Nagasawa, Ph.D.)

Many thanks for spearheading this effort! (Rachel Reichenbach)

Thank you. As an instructor of evaluation I support graduate students in critiquing dominant narratives in evaluation. Students should not have to see narratives from oppressed voices through additional and supplemental readings. I have discontinued use of Evaluation Roots as the main course text the last few years for this reason. (Leanne Kallemeyn)

Thank you for this beautiful call to action and for the reminder of the work that we each have to do to dismantle the white dominant culture entrenched with evaluation. I am in full support of this petition. (Cristina Magaña)

You cannot dismantle the master's house with the master's tools. remember compassion (unnamed contributor)

Look forward to calling out to the AES in a similar fashion (Eva Sarr)

Very few of us are represented in the Western canon, and yet evaluation (and most importantly its history and practice), is shaped and defined by the canon's logic and content. As academics we have been shaped in the master's image by the master's hand, and we are now attempting to use the master's tools to dismantle the master's house. I agree with the sentiment behind this missive, but I worry about the tactic. Is the roots book (to which this missive is directed) our definitive history? Did Mertens and Wilson not plant a different tree ? Are others not re-imagining the entire concept of the tree, the roots, the limbs? In a field as broad and inter-disciplinary as evaluation, there is not one definitive history of evaluation, but many perspectives and many voices, often in discord, but often in unity. Rather than reinterpret (and re-write) each other's perspectives, I would rather we aspire to create a platform (or alternate publication) to engage in dialogue and respectful critique, where we can write our own history, and provide our own reconceptualization of what evaluation is, and could be. Difference (and difference of perspective) is healthy in a democracy. Let's not lose sight of that. (Jill Chouinard)

Thank you for this labor of love for our field and it's history. (Leah Goldstein Moses)

Reset the fracture, heal the wound, walk again. Thanks Vidhya! (Keith Miller)

Thank you for your leadership and activism on this critical issue that impacts everyone. (Jennifer LoPiccolo, MSW)

These narratives must change. I'm grateful for all those who have contributed and continue to contribute to the evaluation field (this call to action as another example!). (Amanda Sutter)

Love this engaged, inclusive, invitational activism! (Divya Bheda)

This is important work! (Patrick Dorion)

Thank you for all of your work to ensure that diverse voices are represented in evaluation. As a Cuban and Colombian researcher thank you for this work! (Liliana Hernandez)

Thank you so much. (Rhonda Schlangen)

As a graduate student I was trained using Evaluation Roots; I wish my entry into evaluation had been taught in alignment with these recommendations. It is crucial to make updates to the way we teach new evaluators to conceptualize the lineage of evaluation so to stop erasing the contributions and leadership of evaluators of color and indigenous evaluators. (Katie Fritz Fogel)

As a mixed-race Indigenous descendant of the Cherokee benefiting from the land stewarded by the Kumeyaay, I support this statement personally and professionally. (Julie Kendig)

As a recent graduate in program evaluation, I can say this is desperately needed. Many of the texts I read come from the social majority in the US/Eurocentric perspective and I had to and continue to seek out sources from non-dominant voices. Evaluation Roots (any many others) is seminal for budding evaluators; this text is the exact place to bring in the beautiful diversity of this field - not bury it. (Laura Schaffer)

I stand in solidarity with this effort, with other people of color and white allies in research/academia/evaluation. (Pablo J. Sanchez)

This is so important to our work as evaluators today and moving ahead as evaluators for tomorrow. We need to critically examine our past and disrupt the present to ensure that the future of evaluation teaching honors, is representative of and inclusive of the communities and cultures who we live with, work with in the US and Americas. (Alicia Ranney)

Evaluation cuts across every programs. Evaluation that reflects community centeredness is crucial. (Hindolo Pokawa)

Thank you for bringing this issue to light. If you see something, say something. You don't have to imagine the solution to every problem present in the new tree. You don't have to couch it in language that makes it palatable to people in charge. Thank you for speaking up. (Stephanie Evergreen)

Thank you for pushing this important work forward. Our field needs this in order to remain relevant. (Dr. Kate Meador)

Who owns the evaluation? Who owns the development? This is the question. It is not enough that we have evaluators of colour or from indigenous community. Are the evaluators ready to let go and allow communities particularly the most marginalised to take the lead ? The wisdom and lived experience of communities has been sidelined in development. Saviour attitude to 'help' the poor communities has created dependency on outsiders. Data combined with lived experience can help co-create solutions. (Rituu B Nanda)

Much needed conversation in the evaluation field, thanks for the call to action! Most of my evaluation knowledge is from a Western/white-led perspective, and that does make it feel like other communities contributions are "invisible". It is important to highlight the contributions of BIPOC people in this field, and also their unique approaches to do this work. (Vashisht Asrani)

I wholeheartedly agree that evaluation’s whiteness is harmful and I support the critical work of acknowledging the white supremacist roots of the dominant field of evaluation and taking action to ensure indigenous voices are not erased. (Alison Hamburg)

Thank you for raising this up and doing something to change the narrative. (Pedro Paz)

Accuracy requires inclusions, equity, and justice in this work. (Lynnea atlas-ingebretson)

Like with land, the story of discovery, of barrenness beyond the actions and presence of a few, paints a world where only some (white) people count, and only some (white) knowledge, theories, and processes are real and legitimate. Thank you for your labour for defining and shifting the pervasive issue of erasure, the impact on evaluation and all who evaluate and are evaluated, by generating this conversation and call. (Carolyn Hoessler)

Thank you for this important work! And I agree with Dr. Hopson's comment that this is one (yet significant) call to action. In some ways, the tree represents what has been true about the field of development and evaluation in general -- its origin in a highly colonized, oppressive system that has implications for people and communities to date. And to shift a narrative that is so ingrained among funders, evaluators, and scholarship will mean changing both the narrative as well as tangible actions from all those that center this narrative in their work. (Trupti Sarode)

Onward! (Karen Quiroz)

This is extremely important, and I thank Vidhya Shanker for her tireless efforts. (Amy Myrbo)

I stand behind this 100%. Let us all take steps toward healing, reparations, and learning/unlearning. These are necessary steps of leadership to keep our profession part of the solution, not the problem. (Anna Martin)

In addition to Indigenous scholarship on colonization and systemic racism, I would love to see Indigenous scholarship and evaluation about any and all topics that are relevant to Indigenous peoples! (Nicole MartinRogers, PhD MPP)

As one of the people included in the second edition of Evaluation Roots, I am very conscious of how it continues to privilege certain voices and backgrounds, including mine. I strongly support efforts to ensure that diverse voices in evaluation are heard and elevated - it benefits us all to see things differently and learn new things. The new edition of Roots would benefit from including more and different perspectives and explicit efforts to include Indigenous evaluation would benefit us all. Examples are already available. For example, Andrea Johnston's Waawiyeyaa Evaluation Tool, which includes cyclic learning at each stage, and which I included in a mainstream program theory book, Purposeful Program Theory, in 2011. Nicole Bowman has developed a Nation-to-Nation (N2N) Systems Evaluation Framework, applying Tribal Critical Theory (TCT) to systems and governance evaluations - work that was recently featured in an AEA New Directions volume. And there are many more that have had direct influence and wider conceptual influence on evaluation theory and practice. (Patricia Rogers)

Thank you to the authors for their time and hard work in putting this together. (Chelsea Horvath)

What is measured matters, evaluation as a field has a moral obligation to integrate equity into the foundations of what we do. (Laura Bohen)

Evaluation needs more connections to interdisciplinary approaches that are explicit in addressing intersectionality and challenging status quos. (Christopher Hall)

I believe that the White narrative needs to be challenged and dismantled to make space for narratives that are wholistic and truthful, and we must stand up to and disrupt actions and narratives that erase Indigenous and Native truth and wisdom. Thank you for the leadership of NdN Collective. (Pamela Larson Nippolt)

It is a welcome idea to push for more equitable and inclusive world in the field of research and evaluation. Knowing that work in evaluation and research were mostly centered around theories and methods that are based white ideologies, without including the ideologies of people of color and indigenous people. (Omodolapo Somo-Aina)

Thanks to Dr Shanker and many others for forcing attention to the pervasive white supremacy inherent in social science practices and therefore in evaluation. The Evaluation Roots project, while important to help current-day practitioners and scholars understand the evolution of the field, is also an anchor to the 19th&20th century social science that has been used to further white dominance and social harms. As a field we need to reconsider our foundations and the ideas that we carry, to draw nutrients from other roots, recognise more sustainable foundations, and move beyond the past eras of social science that constrain our ability to act with justice. (Keryn Hassall)

Thank you for doing this work-- it is important to see people like myself represented in evaluation outside of white papers and anecdotes. (Alexis Grant)

Words make worlds. (Christine Murphy)

The erasure of the important knowledge traditions and worldviews from Black, Indigenous and communities of color is as old as colonization. This field can and should do better. We must acknowledge important thought leaders from Indigenous communities across the globe and also to accommodate the collective nature of knowledge and knowledge sharing developed and within these communities, particularly those of oral traditions. (Maya Pilgrim)

Knowledge is relationally produced for collective benefit. This rings so true. Thank you for your leadership. Processes of transformative change can only happen with recognizing and disrupting power and can only happen with the relational leadership of people and groups who experience multiple oppressions. (Heidi Schaeffer)

Textbooks are meant for telling the truth about a field's foundations. These calls to action only make sense. (Bethany Laursen)

Thank you for your leadership in challenging the received evaluation cannon! (Miles McNall)

The evaluation theory tree always seemed so short-sighted, thank you for making this effort to show the full history of our field. (Laura O'Brien)

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We need to continue to learn that "history" is never the full picture. Continously learning is so important to us as evaluators and humans. (Nicole Kuiper)

The arguments make sense. The only thing I'm unclear about is what efforts were made to resolve this directly with the authors and publisher prior to this Call to Action. (Kylie Hutchinson)

Thank you for leading this important work. I'm grateful to be able to support these efforts. (Sarah Dunifon)

Thank you for your advocacy and voice. (Rachele Espiritu)

I am happy to be part of a movement that will make the field of evaluation more inclusive and diverse. (Marcia P Joppert)

Let us open the windows, let the air circulate, and listen to each other. (René Milet Hernández)

Structural change requires breaking down structures that perpetuate the status quo. (Jane Burt)

Great initiative! While we limit our understanding of the history of evaluation, we also limit it's potential to act as catalyst for deep and meaningful social change. (Erin Blake)

Signatories (as of November 14, 2021):

1. Nicole Bowman, PhD, Resilient Survivor & Lunaape/Mohican Kwe, Associate Scientist, University of WI-Madison (USA)
2. Laurie Jones Neighbors, Founder, Managing Consultant, Cities & People Advisors
3. Vidhya Shanker, Interdependent Consultant, AEA DEI WG & MN IBPOC in Eval Community of Praxis, Dakota homelands currently colonized by USA
4. Aisha Rios, PhD, Founder, Learning and Change Strategist, Coactive Change
5. Carolyn Camman, consultant, my community (Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territory, currently colonized by Canada)
6. Sadaf Shallwani, Director of Learning and Evaluation, Firelight Foundation (also alumna of University of Toronto) (Canada)
7. Libby Smith, Program Director - MS Applied Psychology, University of Wisconsin - Stout (United States)
8. Isaac Diego Castillo, Director of Outcomes, Assessment, and Learning, Venture Philanthropy Partners (United States)
9. Dana Wanzer, PhD, Assistant Professor in Evaluation, University of Wisconsin-Stout (USA)
10. Ian Burke, Evaluation Consultant, PhD, University of Denver (USA)
11. Dr. Adrienne Dellinger, Partner, Senior Researcher, UCLA Social Research Methods PhD with focus in program evaluation (United States)
12. Julia Coffman, Co-Executive Director, Center for Evaluation Innovation (United States)
13. Elizabeth Grim, Owner & Consultant, Elizabeth Grim Consulting, LLC (United States)
14. Emily Gates, Asst Prof, Boston College (US)
15. Haley Umans, Evaluation phd student, Claremont graduate university (USA)
16. Joanna Prout, Research Manager, University of Maryland School of Medicine (United States)
17. Jonathas Meireles de Azevedo, Evaluation Consultant, Independent Consultant (Brazil)
18. Blake Beckmann, Doctoral student and independent evaluation consultant, AEA, CGU (United States)
19. Zach Tilton, Doctoral Research Associate/EvalYouth-AEA Liaison/EvalYouth Management Group Member, Interdisciplinary PhD in Evaluation/Evaluation Center/EvalYouth (United States)
20. Jeremy Foutz, Independent evaluator and ethnomusicologist, STEAM Workgroup (USA)
21. Kevin Koegel, MPH, Evaluation practitioner, Member - American Evaluation Association, Arizona Evaluation Network (USA)
22. Stephanie Green, Project Evaluator, University of South Florida (United States)
23. Sarah May, Senior Research and Evaluation Associate, Museum of Science, Boston (USA)
24. Vanessa Ríos, Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning, American Evaluation Association Member (United States)
25. Nina Sabarre, Founder & Principal Consultant; PhD Candidate; Adjunct Professor, Intention 2 Impact: Claremont Graduate University; American University (United States)
26. Falcon Rankins, PhD, Evaluator, PRISSEM Academic Services, LLC (US)
27. Carrie Tanasichuk, Director of Impact Measurement & Evaluation, Greater Saint John Community Foundation (Canada)
28. Sonia Franco Alonso, Evaluator, Academic (Spain)
29. Miguel Donayre Pinedo, Evaluator, Academic (Spain)
30. Alissa Marchant, Evaluator, Innovation Network (USA)
31. Kelly Hannum, Evaluation Consultant, graduated from the University of NC Greensboro (USA)
32. Kylie Nicholas, Evaluation consultant, K.A.Nicholas Consulting (United States)
33. Gregory Phillips II, Assistant Professor, Northwestern University (USA)
34. Kathleen Doll, Evaluation Consultant, Intention 2 Impact (United States)
35. Charlotte Newman, UX Researcher, former global health evaluator, U.S. Bank (USA)
36. Martina Thomas, Evaluator, Tina Thomas, Ph.D. (U.S.)
37. Alioune Thiam, CEO, PMP, MBA (Senegal)
38. Diana Lemos, Senior Program Manager of Evaluation and Strategic Learning, American Medical Association; Northwestern University (USA)
39. Molly O'Connor, Evaluation Specialist & CEO at Coco Canary Consulting, M.S. in Natural Resource Science and Management with a minor in Evaluation Studies from the University of Minnesota (USA)
40. Dr. J. Montana Caín, Senior Evaluation Associate, UNC Chapel Hill and Creative Research Solutions (United States)
41. Julie Poncelet, Independent Evaluation Consultant, JPC, AEC, SIPA at Columbia University (USA)
42. Karla Nievas, Evaluation Officer and M. Sc. Public Administration student, ENAP (Canada)
43. Lynn VanderWielen, PhD, MPH, Executive Director, End Grain Research and Evaluation (United States)
44. Albertina Lopez, Senior Associate, Center for Evaluation Innovation (U.S.)
45. Cristina Popa, Evaluation Officer, CES Credentialed Evaluator (Canada)
46. Jara Dean-Coffey, Director, Equitable Evaluation Initiative, former American Evaluation Association board member, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Institute for Health Improvement, and on the boards of Equity in the Center, Collective Impact Lab and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Culture of Health Progress Report evaluation advisory committee. (United States)
47. Maria Montenegro, Evaluation Specialist at Fraser Health Authority, Member of CES, AEA, and EvalYouth (Canada)
48. Carolina De La Rosa Mateo, Evaluator, Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment though Research (HACER) (USA)
49. Janice Noga, Evaluator and Teacher, Pathfinder Evaluation and Consulting, LLC (United States)
50. Lauren Andraski, Founder, Consultants for Good (United States)
51. Maha Salman, M&E Analyst/Technical Expert, EvalYouth (Pakistan)
52. Laureen Trainer, Independent evaluator, Trainer Evaluation (US)
53. Pushpa Iyer, Associate Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies (USA)
54. Cynthia N. CORTEZ, MA graduate from UCLA's Social Research Methodology program with an emphasis in Program Evaluation, UC Merced, UCLA, UC Berkeley (USA)
55. Christopher Pleasants, M.A. Evaluation Studies, University of Minnesota, AEA, AAEA (United States of America)
56. Anna Rebecca Lopez, Evaluator & Community Organizer, AR Lopez Consulting, LLC (USA)
57. Stephanie R.K. Peterson, Learning & Evaluation Officer, Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation, current AEA member (Dakota lands currently occupied by USA)
58. Maxine Copeland Harris, Admirer, Information Technology Professional (USA)
59. Debbie Gowensmith, Vice President, Groundswell Services, evaluation practitioner, AEA, COEN, University of Denver (USA)
60. Clare Nolan, Co-Founder, Engage R+D (United States)
61. Jenny Tilsen, Researcher and Instructor, University of MN (USA)
62. Amy Schlotthauer, Evaluation Consultant, AEA Member, AES Consulting Firm (United States)
63. monique liston, chief strategist, UBUNTU Research and Evaluation, AEA, HBCU graduate, GEDI alumni (US)
64. Christine Velez, Associate Director, The Evaluation Center, University of Colorado Denver (USA)
65. Sue Sing Lim, Program Evaluator, Kansas State Research and Extension (USA)
66. Haley Sammen, Evalutor, University of Colorado Denver alum (US)
67. Kai Fierle-Hedrick, Founder & Facilitator, Create Knowledge (United States)
68. Elidé Flores-Medel, Founder and CVO, Meaningful Observations (USA)
69. Jacquie Dover, Community Health Nurse, Independent Evaluation Consultant, CES Member (Canada)
70. Sonia Taddy-Sandino, Co-Founder, Engage R+D (USA)
71. Cristina Whyte, Evaluator/ Doctoral Student in Evaluation & Applied Research Methods/Research Consultant, Claremont Graduate University/ Engage R+D (USA)
72. Carolina Jaime, Graduate assistant for CU Denver’s Evaluation Center, PhD student in health and behavioral sciences (United States)
73. Erica Clarke, Senior Evaluation Specialist, The Evaluation Center, Univ of Colorado-Denver (USA)
74. Jen Heeg, Researcher and Evaluator, Independent Consultant and University employed ((usa))
75. Katie Fox, Principal Associate, Innovation Network (USA)
76. Sheri Scott, Independent evaluation consultant, Scott Consulting Partners (United States/HoChunk Nation lands)
77. Michael Harnar, Assistant Professor, Interdisciplinary PhD in Evaluation, Western Michigan University; Member of the American Evaluation Association and current chair of the Research on Evaluation Topical Interest Group (United States)
78. Erin Clark, Working as an assistant to an evaluation scholar in their post grad community based work., Virtual Assistant (USA)
79. Margaret Schultz Patel, Principal Consultant and Affiliate Faculty, Schultz Patel Evaluation, University of Denver, Metropolitan State University of Denver (USA)
80. Sharon Attipoe-Dorcoo, PhD, Co-Principal and Consultant, TERSHA LLC, American Evaluation Association member, Atlanta-area Evaluation Society (USA)
81. Jules Dasmariñas, Director, Measurement & Evaluation, Global Community Impact, Johnson & Johnson (United States)
82. Courtney Bolinson, Evaluation Consultant, AEA member and SIM TIG Co-Program Chair (United States)
83. Amira Tharani, Impact Project Lead, Sonnet Advisory and Impact (London, United Kingdom)
84. Evan Poncelet, Evaluation Consultant, CES Credentialed Evaluator and CES-NS Board Member (Canada)
85. Ciji A. Heiser, Ph.D., Evaluation Consultant, AEA member, Director at Western Michigan University (USA)
86. Caitlin Howley, Evaluator/sociologist, ICF (United States)
87. Elizabeth McGee, Founder/Senior Consultant, LEAP Consulting (USA)
88. Mark D Parman, Evaluation & Outcome Measurement Spec, Cherokee Nation (Cherokee Nation)
89. Lisa Larson, PhD, Director of Research & Evaluation, IMPACT Inc. (USA)
90. KIm Sabo Flores, CEO, Hello Insight (USA)
91. Michel Lahti, Evaluation Associate, LeCroy & Milligan Associates, Inc. (USA)
92. Tristi Nichols, Senior International Evaluator, Independent company Manitou, Inc (USA)
93. Anne Gienapp, Director, ORS Impact (USA)
94. Noah Halton, Impact Director, N/A (USA)
95. Allison Shurilla, Founder and Lead Consultant, AS Community Consulting, Inc. (USA)
96. Susan Decker Davis, Coordinator of Grant Writing; Fayette County Public Schools, Department of Grants, Research, Accountability, & Data, MS from the UK College of Education, Education Policy & Evaluation Department; Grant Professionals Association (GPA) (USA)
97. Aileen Reid, Assistant Professor, Educational Research Methodology, UNC Greensboro (USA)
98. Kim Firth Leonard, Sr Research Officer, Oregon Community Foundation (USA)
99. Sylvia Kwon, Evaluator/Researcher, WestEd (US)
100. Pauline E Brooks, PhD, Owner, Pauline E Brooks Evaluation Consulting, Educational Psychology/Comparative Studies/ (United States)
101. Wendy DuBow, Director of Evaluation, National Center for Women & IT, U of Colorado-Boulder (United States)
102. Anna Cruz, Managing Director, Strategic Learning, Research, and Evaluation, The Kresge Foundation (USA)
103. Efrain Gutierrez, Senior Fellow, Center for Evaluation Innovation, AEA Member (US)
104. Padi Meighoo, Consultant, Durlaksar Incorporated (Canada)
105. Kelci Price, Senior Director of Learning & Evaluation, The Colorado Health Foundation (USA)
106. Theresa Chen, Director, Evaluation & Learning, Skoll Foundation (USA)
107. Arturo Garcia, Jr., MPH, Strategic Learning & Evaluation Officer, Data Advisory Expert, Independent Consultant, Kresge Foundation, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health alumni, California State University San Bernardino public health alumni, GEO Strategic Learners Network (USA)
108. Norma Martínez-Rubin, MPH, MBA, Principal Evaluator, Evaluation Focused Consulting; former Adjunct Faculty, Sonoma State University - MPA Program, American Evaluation Association, University of California, Los Angeles - School of Public Health, Sonoma State University - School of Social Sciences (USA)
109. Tracey Obrien, Senior Evaluator, The Evaluation Center, University of Colorado Denver (USA)
110. Megan Misovic, Senior Evaluation Analyst, First Nations Health Authority (Canada)
111. Catherine M. Wilson, Program Evaluation Supervisor, WA Department of Children, Youth and Families Office of Innovation, Alignment, and Accountability (US)
112. Marguerite Grabarek, Ph.D., Evaluator, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (U.S.)
113. Gwen Baxley, Assistant Professor, SUNY Buffalo, Assistant Professor, SUNY Buffalo (USA)
114. Beverly Parsons, Executive Director, InSites; AEA 2014 president (USA)
115. Nancy Kendall, gender and evaluation in international development education consultant and instructor, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
116. Tom Archibald, Associate Professor, Virginia Tech (US)
117. Rita Sinorita Fierro, Senior Evaluation Practiknner, CEO, Fierro Consulting, LLC (USA and Italy)
118. Antonia Apolinário Wilcoxon, EdD, Adjunct Assistant Professor, community Health, Independent Consultant on DEI, community engagement with populations experiencing inequities, DEI Leadership Development in institutions, President, Owner Equity Strategies, LLC (Minnesota, occupied Dakota and Ojibwa land)
119. Jeremy Braithwaite, PhD, Tribal Research Specialist, Tribal Law and Policy Institute (United States)
120. Mokgophana Ramasobana, Independent Researcher/Evaluator, SAMEA (South Africa)
121. Geri Peak, mph/drph, Owner and Chief Insight Facilitator, Two Gems Consulting Services, working as an evaluator since 1986-ish. spiritual demographer, Profession-ish: American Evaluation Association, Expanding the Bench ACE Network and LEEAD Mentor, ad hoc mentor and rabble rouser; Acadmic-ish/Revolution-ish: Africana Studies Working Group, Association of Baha'i Studies; founder Liberatory Evaluation Learning Circle; Collaborations & Power Building: Equity Matters, Inc., Old Money New Systems, Ad Hoc collaborative on Healing and Respite space for melanated global majority evaluators at AEA and beyond (US)
122. Elizabeth DiLuzio, Evaluation consultant, Evaluation + Learning Consulting (USA)
123. Ouen Hunter, PhD student, Western Michigan University (United States)
124. Veronica Kapnick, Principal, Great Impacts Consulting, Ph.D. (USA)
125. Sheila B. Robinson, Owner/Principal, Independent Consultant, Custom Professional Learning, LLC (US)
126. Chantell Johnson, Managing Director of Evaluation, MacArthur Foundation (United States)
127. James Gleckner, Evaluation Specialist, Minneapolis Public Schools (USA)
128. Kate Westaby, Project Assistant at WI Evaluation Collaborative, University of Wisconsin-Madison (United States)
129. Grisel M. Robles-Schrader, MPA, Community Engagement Director, Program in Public Health, Northwestern University (United States)
130. Lois Thiessen Love, PhD, Consultant, internal Social Services Evaluation, American Evaluation Association, Chicagoland Evaluation Association, founding member (United States)
131. Erica Blue Roberts, Senior Research Associate, James Bell Associates (US)
132. Eden Huntington, Research Office and Project Manager, Bowman Performance Consulting (USA)
133. Sara Stalland McGarraugh, M.P.P., Managing Consultant (Evaluator & Facilitator), The Improve Group, University of MN Humphrey School of Public Affairs (USA)
134. Gladys Rowe, Evaluator, PhD (USA)
135. Yvonne Belanger, Director, Learning & Evaluation, Barr Foundation (United States)
136. Kayla Meyers, Senior Consultant, The Improve Group (USA)
137. Jocelyn Leung, Participatory Engagement Coordinator at Freshwater Society, MPH Community Health Promotion at UMM (USA)
138. Michael Vandemaat, Performance Analyst, State of MN (United States)
139. Nola P. Walker, Evaluation Consultant, Evaluation consulting, adjunct faculty, academic librarian. (United States of America)
140. Christen Pentek, Performance Measures Specialist, AEA Youth Focused Evaluation TIG Leadership, State of Minnesota (Minnesota, occupied Dakota and Ojibwa land, USA)
141. Cynthia Matthias, PhD candidate, Evaluation Studies, University of Minnesota (United States)
142. Nick Stilp, Evaluation Consultant, The Improve Group (U.S)
143. Clare Pillsbury, Saint Paul City Employee, Member of MNEA (United States)
144. Giovanni Dazzo, Senior Evaluation Advisor, US Department of State; George Mason University (United States)
145. Martell Hesketh, Evaluator, Urban Indian Health Institute (USA)
146. Alyssa Erickson, Research Data Engineer, Fairview Health Services (US)
147. Rebekah Levin, Executive Director, Center for Impact Research (USA)
148. Kim van der Woerd, PhD, Namgis Nation, Lead for Strategy and Relations, Reciprocal Consulting (Skwxwú7mesh-ulh Temíx̱w, (Vancouver, Canada))
149. Daysha Gunther, Evaluator II, Urban Indian Health Institute (USA)
150. Hana Ferronato, Evaluator I, Urban Indian Health Institute (USA)
151. Rachel Byington, PhD, Tribal Youth & Community Liaison, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
152. Charmagne Campbell-Patton, Director of Organizational Learning and Evaluation, Utilization-Focused Evaluation, Blue Marble Evaluation (United States)
153. Kylie Lafayette, Evaluation Researcher, University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute (United States)
154. Christa Treichel, President, Cooperative Ventures (USA)
155. Ben Jaques-Leslie, Agency Policy Specialist, Minnesota Department of Human Services, MPIA UC San Diego (USA)
156. Kate Diamond, Data Scientist, Minneapolis Public Schools (USA)
157. Muneer Karcher-Ramos, Community Faculty, School of Social Work, Social Justice Minor, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (U.S.)
158. Jeffrey Jiménez-Kurlander, Senior Analyst, Learning & Grant Operations, Surdna Foundation (United States)
159. Ian Davies, Credentialed Evaluator, CES, AEA, EES, IEAc, FMI, ICDC Inc. (France)
160. Trilby Smith, Interdependent Evaluation Consultant, Trilby Smith Consulting (Unceded Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Territory (Vancouver, Canada))
161. Rebecca Perlmutter, Senior Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Advisor, Oxfam America (USA)
162. Nick Stuber, Senior Learning and Evaluation Officer, The Colorado Health Foundation (US)
163. Michelle Helman, Principal Consultant (Evaluator and Facilitator) Michelle Helman Consulting, LLC, Mediator, Rotary Peace Fellow, MA Peace & Conflict Studies (Located on lands of Upper Chinook: Multnomah/Clackamas/Wasco, Chinook Nation, Clatstop-Nehalem Confederated Tribes, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, and Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians (settler colonial name: Portland, Oregon, USA))
164. Ann Gillard, PhD, Independent scholar (US)
165. Jenna Sethi, Owner, Principal -Informed Change Consulting, Adjunct faculty, Youth Studies, U of MN (United States)
166. Alexandra Wells, Evaluator/Researcher, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA) (USA)
167. Crystal Luce, Junior Research Associate, Instructor, Aurora Research Institute, University of Colorado - Denver (United States)
168. Elizabeth Taylor-Schiro, Evaluation and Research Consultant/PhD Candidate (Evaluation Studies)/Research Analyst & Project Manager, University of Minnesota/Bowman Performance Consulting/MN Evaluation Association/Indigenous Peoples in Evaluation TIG (AEA); DEI WG (AEA) (Dakota and Ojibwe Traditional Homelands (Minnesota, USA))
169. Madison N. Garcia, Evaluation Consultant, Luminare Group, led by Jara Dean-Coffey (United States)
170. Lila Burgos, Senior Consultant, Harder+Company Community Research ((USA))
171. Serge Eric YAKEU, Global Chair, EvalIndigenous Network (Cameroon)
172. Astrid Brousselle, Professor, University of Victoria (Canada)
173. Dennis Bours, Secretariat Coordinator of the Adaptation Fund's Technical Evaluation Reference Group [AF-TERG], - (USA)
174. Victoria Perera Rojas, Evaluation Consultant, VPR Evaluation LLC and Evaluation Manager, The Huntington, AEA, VSA (US)
175. Jem Marasigan, Research Associate, MA (United States)
176. Sarojini Pokawa, My mom is an evaluator, 5th grader at the Blake School (Dakota homelands, Minnesota, USA)
177. Mojgan Sami, Assistant Professor of Health Equity, California State University Fullerton (USA)
178. Dylan Felt, Public Health Researcher and Evaluator, Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) Program at Northwestern University (United States of America)
179. Alissa L. Jones, Evaluation Studies doctoral student, University of Minnesota (USA)
180. Laurel Molloy, Trainer & Consultant to Nonprofits, Innovations Quantified (USA)
181. Antony Maikuri, Ph.D. Candidate in Evaluation and Independent Consultant, University of Minnesota (USA)
182. January O’Connor, Program Evaluator - Alaska, Raven’s Group (United States)
183. Nathanael O’Connor, Program Evaluator, Business Owner and Master’s Student (United States)
184. Robert Picciotto, Board member International Evaluation Academy, University of Auckland (New Zeay)
185. Maddy Frey, In(ter)dependent Consultant (<--credit to Vidhya Shanker for naming evaluators as inTERdependent), Frey Evaluation (USA)
186. Jennifer Billman, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology & Assessment Coordinator; evaluator/theorist, Harrisburg Area Community College; AEA, AfrEA (United States)
187. Elizabeth Wood, PhD, Director of Education and Public Programs, The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens, member of American Evaluation Association and Visitor Studies Association, former faculty (USA)
188. Jane Davidson, Rubric-enhanced evaluation consultant & coach, Founder & Principal, Real Evaluation LLC; former Associate Director, The Evaluation Center; former Director, WMU Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation; Principal Fellow, University of Melbourne. (USA)
189. Mindelyn Anderson, Founder + Principal, Mirror Group LLC, American Evaluation Association Independent Consulting TIG Program Co-Chair, Washington Evaluators Co-Coordinator of Evaluators Without Borders (United States)
190. John T. Njovu, Mr, Indigenous independent Evaluator (Zambia)
191. Tatiana Elisa Bustos, PhD, Michigan state university (USA)
192. Cheri Levenson, Epidemiologist, member of AEA (30 years), Washington State Department of Health (USA)
193. Terry Schleder, Public Health Evaluator, NM Evaluation Association , NM Public Health Ass (USA)
194. Zenda Ofir, PhD, Independent Evaluation Specialist (South Africa)
195. Michael Petillo, Principal Consultant, CES Partnership, LLC, American University, Northern Arizona University, American Evaluation Association, Canadian Evaluation Society, Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association (United States)
196. Bob Williams, Evaluation Practitioner, Multiple affiliations both inside and outside the evaluation craft (New Zealand)
197. Ian Goldman, Advisor: Evaluation and Evidence Systems, CLEAR-AA/University of Cape Town (South Africa)
198. Cecilia Garibay, Founder and Principal, Garibay Group Research and Evaluation (United States)
199. Albine Guitard, Evaluation consultant, CES (France)
200. Grace Cebrero, Philosophy Graduate Assistant & phd student; social & political phil, ethics, phil of disability, phil of education, phil of law, University of Minnesota TC, Dept. of Philosophy (United States)
201. Khalil Bitar, Evaluator, Palestinian Evaluation Association/EvalYouth/Erfurt University (Palestine)
202. Gregory D Greenman II, PhD, Independent consultant and The University of Melbourne (USA)
203. Beth Snow, PhD, MBA, CE, Head of Evaluation, Centre for Health Evaluation & Outcomes Sciences, Vancouver, BC on the unceded territories Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil- Waututh) Nations), Vice President, Canadian Evaluation Society (Canada)
204. Sonya Horsford, Associate Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University (USA)
205. Heather D. Codd, Principal Evaluation Consultant, Doctoral Student, Pyxis Management Inc., Claremont Graduate University, AEA, CES (United States)
206. Araceli Castellanos, Adjunct Faculty, California State University, Los Angeles (USA)
207. Jennifer Herbert, Evaluator I, Urban Indian Health Institute (USA)
208. Martha Brown, PhD, President, RJAE Consulting, Trauma & Restorative Justice Specialist, Hamai Consulting (Lands stolen from the Dakota people now called Minnesota)
209. Stephanie Lindsley, Evaluator, Dane County (USA)
210. Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, Canadian Evaluation Society Fellow, Credentialed Evaluator, Credentialing Board Member, Doctor of Education, OCT, Education Officer, Ministry of Education (Japanese residing in Canada)
211. Christine Bell, Evaluator and Researcher, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
212. Linda Abena Baffo, DrPH, MPH, CHES, Health Equity Evaluator, President-Elect of the Atlanta-area Evaluation Association (United States of America)
213. Katherine Lymn, Writer, The Improve Group (USA)
214. Matteah Spencer Reppart, Evaluation Consultant, Proponents LLC (United States)
215. Donna M Mertens, Professor Emeritus, initiator of the transformative paradigm and the Social Justice branch on the evaluation tree, Gallaudet University (USA)
216. Evangelia Theodorou, Program Evaluator, AEA Member, Claremont Graduate University (USA)
217. Annalee Good, Researcher and Evaluator, University of Wisconsin-Madison (United States)
218. Amanda Butz, Director of Evaluation & Research, Wisconsin Institute for Science Education and Community Engagement, University of Wisconsin - Madison (USA)
219. Brittany Hite, Senior evaluation associate, Claremont evaluation center (United states)
220. Matthew Swope, PhD, Lead Consultant, Kaiser Permanente (USA)
221. Tiffany Berry, Research Professor, Claremont Graduate Univ (USA)
222. Tracy Welsh, Rethinking Talent Strategy & Recruitment, Talent Citizen (US)
223. Silvana McCormick, Executive Director, Redwood Consulting Collective (USA)
224. Emily Hecker, Evaluation Specialist, The Evaluation Center at CU Denver (USA)
225. Dr. Kathryn Mathes, Executive Director, CEO, Systems Change Alliance, American Public Health Association (United States)
226. Mason Thomas, Evaluation Student, Claremont Graduate University (USA)
227. Megan Blackard, Evaluator, MA in Developmental Psychology with a co-concentration in Evaluation (United States)
228. Bess Rothenberg, Subarna Mathes, Kelsey Simmons, Office of Strategy and Learning, Ford Foundation (USA)
229. Gail Vallance Barrington, Independent evaluator, Michigan State University (Canada)
230. Jennifer Park-Mroch, Health and Well-Being State Specialist, UW-Madison (USA)
231. Sarah Gill, Health Scientist, Atlanta-area Evaluation Association, AEA (USA)
232. Nicole Mere, Evaluator, Claremont Graduate University - Youth Development Eval Lab Alumn (U.S.)
233. Veronica Olazabal, Managing Director, The Rockefeller Foundation and President-elect, The American Evaluation Association, Board Member, The World Benchmarking Alliance (USA)
234. Nancy MacPherson, Acting Head of Impact, Mastercard Foundation (USA)
235. Jennifer Perla, Associate Director of Research and Policy, Innovate Public Schools; Research Consultant, Poder Consulting, University of Southern California (USA)
236. Melissa Luong, Impact & Evaluation Coordinator, #FirstRespondersFirst (USA)
237. David S. Robinson, Pres. DSRobinson & Associates, retired Professor of Practice, Simmons University, evaluation consulting, Consultant, Northeast Telehealth Resource Center, MCD Public Health (United States)
238. Huilan Krenn, Ph.D., Director of Learning & Impact, W.K. Kellogg Foundation (United States)
239. Rodney Hopson, Professor, student of the field, and GEDI OG, U of Illinois-Urbana Champaign (US-based)
240. Larry D. Brown Jr., Doctoral candidate | WCER, WEC Fellow, Univeristy of Wisconsin - Madison (United States)
241. Harlan Luxenberg, President & CEO, Professional Data Analysts, GBC (USA)
242. Caren S. Oberg, Former Evaluator, Museums and Cultural Institutions, Independent (US)
243. Ramona Tenorio, President and Evaluator, Broader Impact, LLC (USA)
244. Chelsea Horváth, Evaluator, Independent Consultant (Hungary)
245. Katie Winters, PhD, Principal Consultant, Insight for Action, AEA, OPEN (past President) (USA)
246. Michael P. Arnold, Director, Informing Change (USA)
247. Katie Todd, Sr. Research & Evaluation Associate, Museum of Science, Boston (United States)
248. Jason Altman, Evaluation Consultant, TerraLuna Collaborative (USA)
249. Ananya Tiwari, Graduate evaluator, PhD Candidate, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (USA)
250. Kate Winter, PhD, Principal consultant and senior researcher, Kate Winter Evaluation, LLC (US)
251. Maricela Piña, Founder, Community Centered Evaluation and Research (USA)
252. Andrea Kunze, Assessment & Curriculum Specialist, University of Wisconsin- Madison (USA)
253. Debra Pacchiano, Start Early, VP Translational Research, Educational Psychologist (USA)
254. Amulya Rao, Evaluator, UW-Madison (USA)
255. Crystal Li, Senior Associate, Learning Storytelling and Results, Living Cities (USA)
256. Dineisha Milsap, Evaluator, CGU MS Evaluation & Applied Research, 2021 (USA)
257. Sherry Saevil, Indigenous Education Advisor, Halton Catholic District School Board, B. A. University of Saskatchewan (Canada)
258. Mark Zablocki, Associate Professor, Illinois State University (US)
259. Kate McCleary, Former Evaluator with the Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison (United States)
260. Shelana Martin, Student/researcher, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Cincinnati main campus (United States)
261. Amy Hilgendorf, Associate Director for Engaged Research, Center for Community & Nonprofit Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison (USA)
262. Professor John H Stanfield II, Director and ASARPI Primary Distinguished Fellow1999 AEA Keynote Speaker, Institute for Advanced Study of African Renaissance Policies Ideas ; Who's Who Among Evaluators (American citizen residing in Mauritius)
263. Hilary Sedovic, LMSW, Learning & Education Director, Creative Reaction Lab (USA)
264. Steve Cessna, Professor, Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA (United States)
265. Joe Levy, Evaluation Consultant, Executive Director of Assessment and Accreditation, National Louis University ((USA))
266. Amy L. Ramos, PhD, Senior Research Consultant, Harder+Company Community Research and Grossmont College (USA)
267. Ana Herrera, Research Associate, Strategic Prevention Solutions (USA)
268. Jane Reisman, Social Impact Advisor, Jane Reisman PhD, Founder ORS Impact, Jane Reisman PhD, ORS Impact, (United States)
269. Ayesha Boyce, Associate Professor, Arizona State University (USA)
270. Karyl Askew, Owner and Principal Consultant, Karyl Askew Consulting, LLC. (USA)
271. Peggy Shannon-Baker, Assistant Professor of Educational Research, Georgia Southern University (USA)
272. Mark Nagasawa, Ph.D., Director, Straus Center for Young Children & Families, Bank Street College of Education (USA (specifically Lenapehoking))
273. Aaliyah Baker, Associate Professor, Cardinal Stritch University (United States)
274. John D. Reiff, Director, Civic Learning and Engagement, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education (U.S.)
275. Nayeli Bernal, Founder and Principal, Papalotl Consulting (United States)
276. Rachel Reichenbach, Director - Strategy, Learning & Impact, Humanity United (United States)
277. Michelle Sloper, Assistant Professor of Evaluation Practice, Claremont Evaluation Center, Claremont Graduate University (United States)
278. Stephanie Foster, Assessment Lead, CU Boulder (United States)
279. Sarita Siqueiros Thornburg, Executive Director, Strategy, Evaluation and Learning, Puget Sound Educational Service District (United States)
280. Thomaz K. Chianca, Evaluation consultant dedicated to enhancing the impact and capacity of clients by providing customized evaluation coaching, training and consulting services., COMEA, Relevant Evaluations (Brazil)
281. Fontane Lo, Senior Program Officer, Evaluation & Data Strategy, Blue Shield of California Foundation (USA)
282. Kimberly Silva, Researcher / Public Health Practitioner, UIC (USA)
283. Kadidia Thiero, SOARS® Principal Investigator, Program Lead, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) (USA)
284. Leanne Kallemeyn, Associate Professor and Evaluator, Loyola University Chicago (USA)
285. Candice Morkel, Director, Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results - Anglophone Africa, Wits University (South Africa)
286. Sally Honeycutt, Health Scientist, Atlanta, GA (USA)
287. Javon A. Stovall, Graduate Student, Florida International University (Miami, FL, USA)
288. Cristina Magaña, Partner, Harder+Company Community Research (USA)
289. Michael Fagen, Professor, Northwestern University (USA)
290. Gail Dana-Sacco PhD MPH Beskudmookati, Research and Evaluation consulting, Wayfinders for Health (Skeejinooweekoog - Indigenous homelands)
291. Miranda Yates, Senior Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (United States)
292. Brad Krueger, Evaluation Consultant, Krueger Consulting (USA)
293. Aujanee Young, Research Coordinator, University of California, Berkeley (USA)
294. Larry Bremner, Métis - Former National President CES, Credentialed Evaluator (CE) CES Fellow, First Chair of EvalIndigenous, CES, AEA, EES, Credentialed Evaluator (CE) CES Fellow (Manitoba Canada)
295. Drew Gitomer, Rose and Nicholas DeMarzo Chair in Education, Rutgers University Graduate School of Education (USA)
296. Valerie Williams, Senior Program Evaluator, Affiliations (past and present) - NCWIT, NOAA Education, GLOBE Program, AEA Guiding Principles Task Force member, Colorado Evaluation Network, RAND Science & Technology Policy Institute (USA)
297. Penelope Huang, Program Evaluator, Clarity Social Research Group (United States)
298. Christopher L. B. Cardiel, EdD, Research, Evaluation, and Impacts Manager, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (United States)
299. Eva Sarr, CEO/Founding Director Centre for Multicultural Program Evaluation, CREA (Australia)
300. Jill Chouinard, Associate professor, culturally responsive and collaborative evaluator, teacher, learner, University of Victoria (Canada)
301. Leah Goldstein Moses, Founder and CEO, The Improve Group (United States)
302. Sophia Lee, Senior Research Consultant, Harder+Company Community Research (USA)
303. Leah C. Neubauer, Co-Facilitator, AEA Local Affiliate Collaborative, Northwestern University, Faculty, Educator, Evaluator (Homelands of the people of the Council of Three Fires, the Ojibwe, Potawatomi, and Odawa as well as the Menominee, Miami and Ho-Chunk nations)
304. Kristina Gelardi, PhD, Director of Research, Public Health Advocates (United States)
305. KaYing Vang, Principal at Innovation Data + Design Studio, University of Minnesota PhD student (United States)
306. Teresa Speciale, Ph.D., Independent researcher/scholar (United States)
307. Corey Newhouse, Founder and Principal, Public Profit (United States)
308. Lenka Berkowitz, Evaluation Manager, The Alliance for a Healthier Generation (United States)
309. Kathryn Newcomer, Professor who teaches program, The George Washington University (US)
310. Carrie Stehman, evaluation specialist, Center for Urban Population Health (USA)
311. Debbie Miller, Evaluation Project Management Associate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA)
312. Elizabeth White, Participatory & Equity-based evaluator & strategizer, MSW (USA)
313. Patricia Jessup, Director, Jessup & Associates LLC (USA)
314. Dr. Nidal Karim, Evaluation Consultant, Social Insights Research (USA)
315. Chris Lysy, Independent Evaluation and Design Consultant, American Evaluation Association (United States)
316. Tracesea Slater, Manager of Research & Evaluation, Mental Health Center of Denver (United States)
317. Antonio C. Cuyler, Director of the MA Program & Associate Professor of Arts Administration/Visiting Associate Professor of Theatre & Drama, Florida State University (FSU)/University of Michigan (USA)
318. Chithra Adams, Evaluator, University of Kentucky (US)
319. Keith Miller, Co-Founder, TerraLuna Collaborative, TerraLuna Collaborative (Colonized North America)
320. Gabriela Garcia, Ph.D., Evaluator Advocate, BECOME (United States)
321. Jennifer LoPiccolo, MSW, Senior Operations and Systems advocate, BECOME (United States)
322. Patricia L. Nunley, EdD, City College of San Francisco (USA)
323. Aneta Cram, Program Chair, AEA IPE TIG, Victoria University of Wellington (Aotearoa, New Zealand)
324. Trinidad Jackson, Assistant Dean, University of Louisville (United States)
325. Hallie Preskill, Evaluation and Learning Partner, Hallie Preskill Consulting, LLC (USA)
326. Tamara M. Walser, Professor & Evaluator, University of North Carolina Wilmington (US)
327. Amanda Sutter, Evaluator and Graduate Researcher, University of Connecticut (United States)
328. Kara Bixby, Evaluation Director, WithInsight, Greater Boston Evaluation Network (US)
329. Catherine Kelly, PhD candidate of evaluation influence/ evaluator, University of Bristol (UK)
330. Lisa Sargent, Evaluate Advocate and Project Coordinator, University of Houston (USA)
331. D Ojeda, Policy advocate/ Community Psychologist, Community Psychology (USA)
332. Maressa Dixon, Senior Research Associate and Development Team Leader, Discovery Center, Miami University (USA)
333. Monica Wendel, public health researcher, Professor and Chair, Health Promotion & Behavioral Sciences, University of Louisville School of Public Health & Information Sciences (US)
334. Valerie Decker, Program Evaluator, University of Iowa (United States of America)
335. Erin Bock, Director of Research and Evaluation, The Sherwood Foundation (USA)
336. Catherine Brown, Adjunct Instructor, University of Nebraska at Omaha (USA)
337. Mandy Cisler, Assistant Research Scientist, Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center at the University of Wyoming (USA)
338. Jill Casey, Consultant, Luminare Group (USA)
339. Erika Barse, Research Assistant, Aurora Research Institute (USA)
340. Miriam Estrada, Program Evaluator, Independent Evaluator, Mental Health Center of Denver, University of Denver (United States)
341. Pilar Mendoza, Senior Consultant, Engage R+D (USA)
342. Stacy Eddings, Evaluator, University of Utah (USA)
343. Camille Lemieux, Education Researcher, Education Development Center (USA)
344. Ellen Bass, Director, Capacity Institute, Member, Leap Ambassadors; member, Alliance for Nonprofit Management, and co-chair of Outcomes for Equity Community of Practice (USA)
345. Luke Todd, Assistant Research Scientist, Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center, University of WYoming (USA)
346. Kristin Silvani, learning coordinator, RWJF (United States)
347. Angelique Phillips, Researcher, University of Wyoming, Wyoming Research and Analysis Center (USA)
348. Hilary Loeb, Ph.D., Director, Strategy, Evaluation and Learning, Puget Sound Educational Service District, Past President, Washington Education Research Association (United States)
349. Emma Ubriaco, Public Health Graduate Student, University of Colorado - Denver, Anschutz (United States)
350. Stacy Rassel, PhD, Director of Consulting/Evaluator, The Improve Group (USA)
351. Dominica McBride, Founder/CEO, culturally responsive evaluation, using evaluation for social justice and thriving communities, AEA, CREA (US)
352. Shannon Williams, Evaluation Manager, Alliance for Justice (USA)
353. MacKenzie Mixer, Research Analyst, Mental Health Center of Denver (USA)
354. Mary Mendez Bonnell, Faculty, Teacher Education, Prince George's Community College (USA)
355. Aradhna Tripati, Faculty Director, Center for Diverse Leadership in Science, UCLA (USA)
356. Amanda Fowler-Woods, PhD (c), Research Associate, University of Manitoba (Canada)
357. Susan M. Wolfe, Community Consultant, Susan Wolfe and Associates, LLC (United States)
358. Maureen Dechico, Program Evaluator, Mental Health Center of Denver (USA)
359. Carolee Dodge Francis, EdD, Indigenous Evaluator/Faculty, University Wisconsin-Madison (United States)
360. Kari Greene, Founder & Principal, The InQuire Group (United States)
361. Tamara Hamai, President, Hamai Consulting (USA)
362. Hana Saab PhD, Senior Researcher/Evaluator, Child and Youth Mental Health; Canadian Evaluation Society (Lebanese-Canadian)
363. Naoki Chiba, CEO, Blue Marble Japan, Social Impact Management Initiative (Japan)
364. Wendy E. Rowe, Professor and Evaluation Consultant, Royal Roads University (Canada)
365. Sara Roberts, Principal Consultant, Category One Consulting (USA)
366. Divya Bheda, Independent Consultant and Higher Ed Professional, Director of Education and Assessment with Strong Commitments to Social Justice, Student Learning and Success, and Continuous Improvement (USA)
367. Linda Vo, Program Evaluator, AEA (USA)
368. Melissa Haynes, Director of Evaluation, PDA (USA)
369. Carlisle Levine, President & CEO, BLE Solutions, LLC, Member - American Evaluation Association and Washington Evaluators (United States)
370. Chera Reid, Co-Executive Director, Center for Evaluation Innovation (USA)
371. Amy McFeely, Co-Founder & Principal Consultant, Category One Consulting (USA)
372. Courtney Brown, Vice President, Strategic Impact and Planning, Lumina Foundation (U.S.)
373. Jennifer Pelletier, Senior Evaluator, PDA (USA)
374. Heather Zook, Evaluator II, Professional Data Analysts (United States)
375. Alyce Eaton, Evaluator, Professional Data Analysts; UMN graduate; AEA/MNEA member (United States)
376. Ellen Squires, Evaluator, Professional Data Analysts (United States)
377. Janeen Manuel, PhD, Research and Writing Associate, Inspire to Change (USA)
378. Shravanti Reddy, Evaluation Specialist, UN Women (USA)
379. Dawn Mackety, Ph.D., Director of Research and Evaluation, NDN Collective (USA)
380. Brandi Douglas, Senior Communications Associate with NDN Collective, NDN Collective, American Indian Republic (United States)
381. Jessica Britt, Director of Research & Evaluation, Year Up (USA)
382. Kelly Prange, Organizational Effectiveness Consultant, University of Nebraska Omaha (United States)
383. Patrick Dorion, Senior Research Associate, Catalyze Evaluation (USA)
384. Rebecca Teasdale, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago (US)
385. Ikumi Ozawa, Assistant Director of Japanese Language Programs in International Christian University and School evaluator, International Christian University (Japan)
386. Mildred Ferrer, Research Associate, Harder+Company Community Research (United States)
387. Kimberly Rishe, Research Analyst, Harder+Company (US)
388. Gabriela Magana, Research Associate, Harder+Company Community Research (United States)
389. Amy Goldman, Research Associate, Harder+Company Community Research (United States)
390. Liliana Hernandez, MSW, MPP, Child Welfare and Higher Education Researcher, University at Albany (US)
391. Ashlyn Dadkhah, Research Analyst, Harder+Company Community Research (United States)
392. Nataly Salas, Evaluator, Evaluation Capacity Development Specialist, Costa Rican Evaluation Society (Costa Rica)
393. Allison Wolpoff, MPH, Partner, Harder+Company Community Research (USA)
394. Veronica Awan, Research Associate, Harder+Company Community Research (United States)
395. Chika Maruyama, Professor, Rikkyo University (Japan)
396. Silvia Salinas, Practitioner, IOCE, EvalPartners (Bolivia)
397. Tiffany Tovey, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Greensboro (USA)
398. Mitdlarak Lennert, PhD, assistant professor, University of Greenland (Greenland)
399. Rhonda Schlangen, independent evaluation consultant, Rhonda Schlangen Consulting, LLC (USA)
400. Rick Kitchen, Ally, Ally (Amerika)
401. Chi Yan Lam, Adjunct Assistant Professor; Credentialed Evaluator, Queen’s University (Canada)
402. Claire Dunlap, Director of Organizational Effectiveness, MN Evaluation Association (MNEA), Youthprise (USA)
403. Stephen G. Sireci, Distinguished Professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)
404. Katie Fritz Fogel, Evaluator/Research Scientist 2, Minnesota Department of Health (United States)
405. Joelle K. Greene, Director, Harder+Company Community Research (USA)
406. Beverly Peters, Measurement and Evaluation faculty, American University (USA)
407. Crystallee Crain, Ph.D., Evaluation Consultant, Prevention at the Intersections, California State University - East Bay (United States)
408. Kevin E. Favor, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Lincoln University, PA. (USA)
409. Julie Kendig, Director of Inquiry & Business Steward, RISE Research & Evaluation (United States)
410. Michelle Bloodworth, Senior Evaluator and Principal, Insight Allies (USA)
411. Nitya Venkateswaran, Senior Research Associate, RTI international (USA)
412. Michelle Oliva, Director of Evaluation and Research, Co-Founder, EduDream (USA)
413. Kristi Koumjian, Director, (USA)
414. Elizabeth Anderson Willey, Program Evaluator, Professional Data Analysts (U.S.)
415. Fabiola Santiago, Consultant, Reflex Design Collective (USA)
416. Molly Illes, Director of Organizational Effectiveness and Evaluation, PhD, MPA, University of Minnesota (US)
417. Laura Schaffer, Senior Research Associate, Catalyze Evaluation (United States)
418. Johnavae Campbell, Senior Manager, Johnavae Campbell, PHD (United States)
419. Audrey Hanson, Evaluator I, Professional Data Analysts (United States)
420. Pablo J. Sanchez, Senior Data Scientist / Adjunct Professor, The Hunger Project / St. John's University (USA)
421. Esrea Perez-Bill, Data Assistant, Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) Program at Northwestern University (U.S.)
422. Ann Hendrix-Jenkins, consultant, Community-led Development (USA)
423. Leah Q. Peoples, Principal Evaluator, Transformative Research, Evaluation, & Liberation (USA)
424. Joyce Lee-Ibarra, Principal, JLI Consulting (United States)
425. Marisol Diaz, Senior Research Analyst, SIRC Evaluations at Arizona State University, JD, PhD Candidate (USA)
426. Claire Hoff, Assistant Vice President of Research and Evaluation, Nebraska Children and Families Foundation (USA)
427. Julie Warner, Monitoring & Evaluation Professional, Independent consultant working internationally and in US. (Minnesota, USA)
428. Jessica Kiessel, Director of Learning and Impact, Omidyar Network (USA)
429. Rachel Vaca-Lubischer, Director of Data Management and Data Visualization, Current AEA Member, Nebraska Children and Families Foundation, University of Nebraska Omaha (United States of America)
430. Alicia Ranney, VP of Evaluation and Data, Minnesota Evaluation Association; Metropolitan Alliance of Connected Communities (United States)
431. Becky, CPO of evaluation firm, The Improve Group (United States)
432. Naaima Khan, Principal Consultant, Create Good LLC (USA)
433. Sarah Stachowiak, CEO, ORS Impact (USA)
434. Diana D. McDonnell, PhD, Senior Research Consultant, Harder+Company Community Research (US)
435. Hans Walter Cabra Hernandez, PhD candidate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Vermont, Fulbright Scholar (Colombia)
436. Jesse C Suter, Research Associate Professor and Executive Director, Center on Disability and Community Inclusion at the University of Vermont (United States)
437. Amy Nelson Christensen, Clinical Assistant Professor, Loyola University Chicago (United States of America)
438. Claire Stoscheck, Founder and Principal Consultant, Golden Aspen Consulting, Golden Aspen Consulting (USA)
439. Tanya Beer, Evaluation consultant, former Associate Director, Center for Evaluation Innovation, Syracuse University (USA)
440. Colleen Sherry, Data Analyst, MHCD (United States)
441. John Baek, Ph.D., Evaluation consultant and internal evaluator, Co-chair of Vermont Evaluation Network (USA)
442. Jody Kamon, Ph.D., Evaluation Director, co-founder of Vermont Evaluation Network, Center for Behavioral Health Integration, LLC (USA)
443. Jenna LaChenaye, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham (USA)
444. Maura Shramko, Researcher and evaluator, University of Minnesota (United States)
445. Scott Chazdon, Evaluation and Research Specialist, University of Minnesota Extension (USA)
446. Sam Storck-Post, Evaluation Officer, Constellation Fund (USA)
447. Hindolo Pokawa, Founder & Director of Sierra Leone Foundation for New Democracy, Social Scientist (Sierra Leone)
448. Lexis Manzara, Sr. Manager Program Evaluation, Peer Health Exchange (US)
449. Tommy English, Data Analyst, St. Louis Integrated Health Network (United States)
450. Kassira Absar, Senior Consultant, The Improve Group (US)
451. Stephanie Evergreen, CEO, Evergreen Data (USA)
452. Kat Athanasiades, Senior Associate, Center for Evaluation Innovation (USA)
453. Chloe Greene, Founder + CEO, Chloe Greene Consulting (United States)
454. Susan Putnins, Evaluation Consultant, MXM Research Group (USA)
455. Veronica S. Smith, MS, Culturally responsive scientist, Founder of data2insight LLC (United States)
456. Marcia Nation, Independent evaluator, Nation Evaluation Consulting, LLC (US)
457. Dr. Kate Meador, Audience Research & Evaluation Associate, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art (USA)
458. Rituu B Nanda, Participation in Evaluation, Consultant (India)
459. Nicole McGovern, Founder & Principal, Zeta Metis Advising (United States)
460. Laura Sundstrom, Independent Consultant, AEA (United States)
461. Tia Bastian, Epidemiologist, Wisconsin Department of Health Services (United States)
462. Shelby Corley, Member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, Co-Founder, Three Hive Consulting and Eval Academy, operating from amiskwaciwâskahikan in Treaty 6 Territory (Canada)
463. Sally J. Laskey, Independent Consultant, Evaluator, Sally J. Laskey Consulting (United States)
464. Maya Lefkowich, PhD, Research & Evaluation Consultant, Co-founder, AND implementation (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, səl̓ilwətaɁɬ təməxʷ (Vancouver, Canada))
465. Susannah Laramee Kidd, PhD, Independent Consultant, Culture + Civics + Community Research (USA)
466. Zachariah Barghouti, Measurement and Evaluation graduate student, American University (US)
467. Lisa Aponte-Soto, Independent Evaluation/Research Consultant, President, Tanoma Consulting (Unites States)
468. Colleen Kassouf mackey, Owner & evaluator, Data Shine, LLC (US)
469. Lisa Raphael, Independent consultant, Learning for Innovation (United States)
470. Sarah Lunsford, Associate Director, MEL, EnCompass LLC (USA)
471. Vashisht Asrani, Senior Consultant, Taylor Newberry Consultant, AEA member (Canada)
472. Jamie Peterson, PhD, Independent Consultant, Enspiring Consulting, LLC (US)
473. Traci R Capesius, Grant writing and evaluation consultant, MPH (United States)
474. Holly Avey, Senior Impact Consultant, Public health professional / evaluator (US)
475. Leith Lombas, Independent Consultant, AEA (United States)
476. M Uma Maheswara Rao, YEE, Eval Youth India Member (India)
477. Eva Maria Chavez, research Associate, Harder and company community research (USA)
478. Alison Hamburg, Evaluator and Consultant, RDA Consulting (United States)
479. Pedro Paz, Owner and Founder of Responsive Evaluation Services, Member of AEA (United States of America)
480. Lynnea atlas-ingebretson, COS, Appointed Official Council Member Metropolitan Council (United States of America)
481. Nicole Clark, LMSW, Research & Evaluation Consultant, Nicole Clark Consulting, LLC (Washington, DC)
482. Anne Jin Soo Preston, Independent Consultant,, Founder and Principal, Sahng Sahng, LLC (Indigenous lands of the Dakota people colonized by the USA)
483. Amy Arbreton, Evaluation Officer, Effective Philanthropy Group, Hewlett Foundation (United States)
484. Kirsten Maiko, evaluator, Minnesota Judicial Branch (United States)
485. Jeanne F. Zimmer, Ph.D., Evaluation Specialist, Independent Consultant (United States)
486. Kavita Mittapalli, CEO, MN Associates, Inc. (MNA) A research and evaluation firm, MNA (Virginia (USA))
487. Nagisa Sunako, Evaluation Associate, Claremont Graduate University (USA)
488. Elizabeth Ruedy, Director, Strategy Impact and Learning, Democracy Fund (USA)
489. Clare Eisenberg, Independent Consultant - Research and Evaluation, M.Ed., Consultant at Clare Eisenberg Consulting (United States)
490. AnnJanette Rosga, Director of Informing Change, a strategic learning firm, Ph.D. in History of Consciousness & Cultural Anthropology (UC Santa Cruz) (United States)
491. Christina Bath Collosi, M.Ed., Founding Partner, VIVA Social Impact Partners (United States)
492. Nahoko Kawakyu O’Connor, Director and Assistant Professor of Program Evaluation, Warner School of Education, University of Rochester (USA)
493. Kate Szczerbacki, Director of Strategic Learning and Evaluation, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, AEA member (USA)
494. Sarah Williams Leng, Evaluator, AEA (United States)
495. Karuna Chibber, Evaluator and Researcher, Evaluation & Learning Officer, Packard Foundation (USA)
496. Norma Tan, Professional evaluation consultant, Cora Group, Inc./ Columbia U. doctorate (United States)
497. Lauren Beriont, Co-founder, Emergence Collective (Michigan, United States)
498. Leah Josephson, Consultant, Emergence Collective (USA)
499. Emma Smith, Website and communications officer, BetterEvaluation (Australia (Naarm))
500. Carolyn Hoessler, Senior Facilitator, Credentialed Evaluator, Higher Education and Beyond (Canada)
501. Alice Macfarlan, Knowledge Platform Manager, BetterEvaluation (Australia (nipaluna))
502. Simon Davies, Admin Support Officer, BetterEvaluation (Australia (Woiworung))
503. Ann Price, President, Community Evaluation Solutions (USA)
504. Maria Moeller, Chief Marketing Officer, The Improve Group (USA)
505. Lucy Arias, Evaluation Studies Graduate Student, University of Minnesota (United States)
506. Trupti Sarode, Learning and Evaluation Manager, Future Services Institute, UMN, Humphrey School of Public Affairs (India)
507. Karen Quiroz, Development Manager, Nexus Community Partners (US)
508. Sarah Cohn, Principal Consultant, Aurora Consulting (United States)
509. Emily Hager-Garman, Director of Research & Evaluation, Planned Parenthood North Central States, MPH (United States)
510. Marissa Raguet, Evaluator- Public Health, N/A (United States)
511. Jessie Welton, Evaluation Specialist, Minneapolis Public Schools (USA)
512. Amy Myrbo, Owner and Principal Researcher (evaluator), Amiable Consulting (US)
513. Anna Martin, Director of Inquiry, Complexity Coach, Picture Impact; Design, Evaluation, and Strategy (United States)
514. Saskia Robertson, Project Manager & Call Center Manager, University of Minnesota- Office of Measurement Services (USA)
515. Joe Maffit, MPA, Organizational Evaluator, Strategic Analytical Consultant (United States)
516. Bridget Walde, Youth Programs Evaluator, MPH (USA)
517. Lisa Boyd, current member, MNEA, Second Harvest Heartland, Minneapolis, MN (USA)
518. Nicole MartinRogers, PhD MPP, senior research manager, Wilder Research (USA and descendant of White Earth Nation)
519. Brian Hoessler, Independent Consultant, Strong Roots Consulting (Canada, Treaty Six territory - traditional homelands of the Cree, Dene, Lakota, Dakota, Saulteaux, and the Métis Nation)
520. Patricia Rogers, Founder, BetterEvaluation;, Visiting Professor, University of Witswatersrand (Australia)
521. Chelsea Horvath, Evaluation Consultant, Independent (Hungary)
522. Alyssa Parr, Research Associate, Center for Applied Research and Educational Improvement, University of Minnesota (United States)
523. Christina Reardon, MSW, LSW, Research Associate, Temple University Harrisburg (United States)
524. Courtney Clingan, Senior Consultant, The Improve Group (United States)
525. Beth Kingdon, MPH, Planner, Public Health (Indigenous lands of the Dakota people colonized by the United States (Minnesota))
526. Lindsey Smith, Doctoral Candidate in Health Systems and Policy, Past President of Oregon Program Evaluators Network, Oregon Health & Science University - Portland State University School of Public Health (United States)
527. Katharine Wood, Independent consultant, Independent (United States)
528. Laura Bohen, Extension Educator (Associate Professor), University of Minnesota (United States)
529. Jean-Marie Callan, Senior Research Officer, Oregon Community Foundation (United States)
530. Emily Subialka Nowariak, Associate Director of Evaluation, PDA (USA)
531. Elena Leomi, Associate Director of Progeams and Research, Foster Advocates, MSW, LISW, MPH (United States)
532. Marcia Coné, PhD., Consultant, Director of Practice, Engagement and Evolution -Equitable Evaluation Initiative, Founder Women’s Fund of RI, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work (United States)
533. Natalie De Sole, Evaluator, Independent (USA)
534. Rebecca Gillette, Program Manager, Dept Equity & Inclusion, The Minnesota Historical Society (U.S.)
535. Kara Finnigan, Professor, University of Rochester (U.S.)
536. Eva Scates-Winston, Equity Specialist, CTE Programs, Minnesota State (United States)
537. Deborah Jane, Outreach Coordinator, Title VI National Resource Center, Institute for Global Studies, University of Minnesota (USA)
538. Rebecca Mino, Manager of Applied Research, Second Harvest Heartland (USA)
539. Mariah Brothe Gantz, Associate, Center for Evaluation Innovation (United States)
540. Vanessa Steele, Evaluator, Independent (USA)
541. Mason Atkin, Senior Manager of Research and Evaluation, United Way of the Columbia Willamette (United States)
542. Andrew Wright, Director of Programs, Mennonite Central Committee, Central States (USA)
543. Sarah Sevcik Tummala, Member, TerraLuna Collaborative, TLC, UMN-TC (USA)
544. Christopher Hall, Ph.D. Candidate, Educational Research Methodology (Program Evaluation), UNC Greensboro (USA)
545. Michelle Roth, Treasurer Atlanta Area Evaluation Association, AaEA (United States)
546. Loraine Park, Learning and Impact Manager, ECMC Foundation (USA)
547. Robin Kane, Principal/Founder, RK Evaluation & Strategies (US)
548. Pamela Larson Nippolt, Evaluation Officer, Philanthropy (US)
549. Omodolapo Somo-Aina, Student, AEA (United States of America)
550. Sadikshya Aryal, Evaluation Associate, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (US)
551. Elizabeth Kruger, Evaluation Officer, Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (USA)
552. Keryn Hassall, evaluation practitioner and researcher, (freelance) (Australia)
553. Jessica Presley, Assistant Director of Evaluation, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (United States)
554. Kevalyn Bharadwaj, MPH Student, Columbia University (USA)
555. Alexis Grant, PhD candidate, University of Illinois Chicago (USA)
556. Nikki Sauber, Evaluation Program Manager, Behavioral Health Improvement Institute (USA)
557. Karissa Propson, Senior Consultant, The Improve Group (USA)
558. Christine Murphy, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Specialist, Independent Consultant (USA)
559. Louisa O'Meara, Senior Research Coordinator, Northern Arizona University, Center for Health Equity Research (USA)
560. Spectra Myers, Communications Co-Chair, Minnesota Evaluation Association (United States)
561. Nick Petten, Program Evaluator, Professionalization Governance, Educator, CES Board member, AEA TIG Program Chair, WLU CCRLA Coordinator and Instructor (Canada, Treaty 13)
562. Maya Pilgrim, Director of Learning and Evaluation, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (USA)
563. Heidi Schaeffer, Community development, MEAL, Outcome Mapping Community Steward (Canada)
564. Sandra Silva, Director, Leaders in Equitable Evaluation & Diversity Program, Expanding the Bench (USA)
565. Bethany Laursen, Independent consultant & evaluation researcher, Michigan State University; Laursen Evaluation & Design, LLC (United States of America)
566. Amy Gray, Senior Program Officer for MEL, RefugePoint, AEA and GBEN member (USA)
567. Yulia Chuvileva, Evaluation Fellow in a Federal Agency, Visiting Faculty, Emory University (United States)
568. Catherine Brooks, Senior Research Evaluation Specialist, Collaborative for Educational Services (USA)
569. Miles McNall, Director for Community Engaged Research, Michigan State University (United States of America)
570. Laura O'Brien, Director, MEL, UN Foundation, AEA, Washington Evaluators, UN Foundation (United States)
571. Nikki Gurley, Sr. Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, PATH (USA)
572. Theresa Esparrago Lieu, Strategic Learning Officer, College Futures Foundation (USA)
573. Nicole Kuiper, Evaluator, Federal government, AEA member, AaEA member (United States)
574. Paul Sachs, Director of Strategic Impact, Ottawa County MI, AEA Member, MAE Member, MAE President Emeritus (United States)
575. Aubrey Gilliland, Project Coordinator, The Children's Center (USA)
576. Adrienne Adams, Director, Program Evaluation Graduate Program, Michigan State University (United States)
577. Sarah Earl, evaluator, view expressed is my own (Canada)
578. Kylie Hutchinson, Evaluation Consultant, Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation (Canada)
579. Ebony Reddock, Principal Consultant, Bumblebee Design and Evaluation (USA)
580. Sarah Dunifon, Principal Evaluator, Improved Insights LLC, EdD candidate, University of Pittsburgh (USA)
581. Nicolas Diaz de Leon, Non-profit researcher in evaluations, Researcher at Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research (United States)
582. Rachele Espiritu, Evaluator and Trainer, Change Matrix (USA)
583. June Gothberg, Senior Associate of Data and Evaluation, Cornell University Yang Tan Institute on Employment and Disability (United States)
584. Cheryl Endres, Independent Consultant, Adjunct instructor, Kaleidoscope Evaluation, LLC, Western Michigan University (United States)
585. Jessica Fehringer, Acting Director, Data for Impact, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina (United States)
586. Robyn Borgman, Evaluation Officer, Federal government (USA)
587. Robin Lin Miller, Professor and Evaluator, Michigan State University (United State of America)
588. Veena Pankaj, Director, Innovation Network, University of VA, University of Chicago (USA)
589. Laran Despain, senior research scientist, WYSAC, University of Wyoming (USA)
590. Becky Reno, Senior Consultant, JSI, Inc. (USA)
591. Marcia P Joppert, The Evaluators' Institute Research and Operations Associate / Ph.D. candidate at Claremont Graduate University / Director of the Brazilian Monitoring and Evaluation Network / Consultant, Lazzooli Consultoria / Claremont Graduate University / The Evaluators' Institute / Brazilian M&E Network (Brazil)
592. Jacob Kelley, PhD Student, Auburn University (United States)
593. Amber Saylor Mase, Evaluation Specialist, UW-Madison (USA)
594. Valerie Adrian, PhD, Senior Policy, Performance, and Research Analyst, Clackamas County, Oregon (United States)
595. René Milet Hernández, Evaluation Program Manager, The Clubhouse Network (USA)
596. Jane Burt, Evaluation consultant, realife learning (United Kingdom)
597. AJ Juraska, Evaluator and Co-Organizer, Austin Evaluators Breakfast Club (USA)
598. Adin Miller, Executive Director, Los Altos Mountain View Community Foundation (United States of America)
599. Erin Blake, Independent Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Consultant, Erin Blake Consulting (Australia)
600. Tamara Perkins, Senior Research Associate, NPC Research (USA - from the colonized ancestral homelands of the Willamette Tumwater, Clackamas, Mollala, Watlala, Multnomah, other Chinookan people, as well as the Tualatin Kalapuya)
601. Lisa Lucas, Researcher, NPC Research (United States)
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