Jane Robertson Evia
Jane is Assistant Collegiate Faculty in the Department of Statistics at Virginia Tech. She has worked with Karen Peterman Consulting since 2011, collaborating on program evaluation data collection and analysis, as well as report and manuscript writing.
Jen is a professional evaluator working in NC and a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at North Carolina State University. She has worked with Karen Peterman Consulting since 2015, collaborating on program evaluation data collection and analysis, as well as report and manuscript writing. Her expertise lies in qualitative data collection and analysis and she is the analyst for the EvalFest project.
With a Masters degree in Sociology, Joli has over a decade of experience in Research and Evaluation of federally funded grants. She is a new addition to Karen Peterman Consulting and has contributed to data collection and analysis on INSPIRE, RAIN and Summer Science Camp.
Julie is a writer and editor with a background in biological sciences who specializes in academic manuscripts. She has worked on nearly twenty different projects for KPC since 2015.
Katherine has worked with Karen Peterman Consulting since 2015 primarily in the areas of data analysis and data visualization. Her current KPC projects include Weatherblur, HiSCI, Earth Connections and RAIN.
Leanne has been working with for KPC for nine years. Leanne works primarily on the CSO and SCA projects and contributes to other projects as needed. Capable in all areas of evaluation and research, Leanne’s typical responsibilities are data collection, data analysis and customizing reports to client needs.
Maren is an independent educational researcher and evaluator located in New Jersey. She has worked with Karen Peterman Consulting since 2012 on a variety of projects. Her current KPC projects include WeatherBlur and Project INSPIRES. Her skill set includes instrument development; data collection via surveys, interviews, and classroom observation; data analysis; report writing; and NVivo.
Noelle Wyman Roth
Noelle is an Associate in Research at Duke University’s Social Science Research Institute and Nicholas School of the Environment. She has worked with Karen Peterman Consulting since 2017, supporting program evaluation efforts through her expertise in qualitative research, NVivo qualitative data analysis software, and report writing.
Taylor joined KPC in 2016 and serves as the Research Assistant on the EvalFest project. She plays a lead role in communicating with festival partners and QuickTap survey programming. She also assists with data collection and data entry for a wide range of KPC projects.