I’ve spent two decades designing, running, and evaluating health and social justice programs. While I've had the opportunity to work in many different settings--international, academic, federal & local governments--my passion lies with community-based organizations.
I love sitting down with people who have dedicated themselves to tackling wicked problems, providing them with a new set of eyes, and helping them to pave paths forward.
I am able to provide organizations with practical knowledge and skills, tailored to meet their needs, that range from designing and implementing program evaluations, to writing grant proposals and reports, to conducting and synthesizing stakeholder interviews, to assessing and improving your clients' experience and your program workflows, to analyzing and making better use of quantitative data, to facilitating critical meetings. (SeeLinkedInfor my full resume.)
“Getting to work with Judy has been one of the real joys of my work for the past several years. In addition to her tremendous productivity and her remarkable ability to analyze and interpret data, Judy has wide interests and curiosity and is always able to help me improve the way that I think about problems and projects. She is a great thought partner.”
“Judy helped support my small nonprofit immensely by establishing our database and on-demand reports. Before Judy's expertise, we were a small team with big hearts doing meaningful work without a reliable method of tracking or demonstrating our services. Her support allowed us to pull it in to a system that works for us to produce metrics that serve internal and external needs.”