My consulting involves working with local government and non-profit entities. I assist them in using their data to improve their services related to housing and homelessness.
More specifically, I have extensive experience in working with administrative data (including HMIS and Medicaid data) to assess, evaluate and develop services provision. This work has included program evaluation, analytics-based studies, dashboard development and needs assessments. My work targets policy professionals, services providers, and general audiences.
Take a look around this website for examples of work that showcase my abilities as a writer/presenter, a data analyst, and a content-matter expert. If you are interested in discussing ways in which might be able to work together, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current consulting projects include:
- "Evaluation of the City of Philadelphia's Encampment Resolution Pilot" (with University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice). City of Philadelphia.
- “Assessing the Aging Homeless Adult Population and Health Care Costs in Los Angeles” (with University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice). Conrad Hilton Foundation.
- “Evaluation of Los Angeles County’s Approach to Combat Homelessness” (with Public Sector Analytics). County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Office.
- “40 West Long Street Supportive Housing Redesign” (with Barbara Poppe and Associates). Central Ohio YMCA. November 2017 to present.
"Housing First and Shared Medical Appointment Frequent Utilizer Feasibility Study" (with The Cloudburst Group and MDRC). Laura & John Arnold Foundation.