Alisa Ainbinder iss the lead evaluator for the I-Corps™ Longitudinal Outcomes survey and the formative evaluation for the I-Corps™ course. Prior to joining VentureWell, she worked at Mathematica Policy Research in their Washington, D.C. location where she was a survey researcher on numerous federal program data collection and evaluation efforts. Alisa holds a PhD in Social Service Administration from the University of Chicago, an MA in Social Work and an MA in Social Science also from the University of Chicago. firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam analyzes the impacts of VentureWell’s programs and assesses their outcomes using a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods. His prior experience includes applied economics research on behalf of public, private, and not-for-profit organizations, with specific emphasis on the energy industry and economic impact analyses. Adam holds an MA in International Commerce with a concentration in Development Economics from the Patterson School at the University of Kentucky. email@example.com
Gabe is responsible for the evaluation of an array of VentureWell initiatives. Gabe’s work focuses on devising and implementing evaluation plans of programs such as E-Teams and the annual Open conference in order to assess their impact and effectiveness, as well as the satisfaction of participants. Gabe is currently pursuing his doctorate in Education Policy, Research, and Administration at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and holds an MEd from the University of Vermont, and a BS from Brandeis University. firstname.lastname@example.org
David leads Research and Evaluation (R&E) activities at VentureWell. He works at the intersection of data, analytics, evaluation, and technology to show the impact of VentureWell and its partners. Prior to VentureWell, David oversaw business intelligence and nonprofit evaluation activities at Timshel, a social impact technology and strategy firm. He began his career in the Survey and Evaluation Research Laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University after receiving his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his BA from Hamilton College. email@example.com
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