Alexandra Joraanstad has more than 10 years of experience conducting social science research and evaluation. Her work has primarily focused on home visiting programs serving caregivers and children from birth to age 5. She has contributed to national, tribal, and state-level evaluations of evidence-based home visiting programs.
At JBA, Joraanstad assists the National Home Visiting Resource Center project, working with national home visiting models to collect, clean, and analyze data for the project’s flagship yearbook. She is developing a reflective supervision measure for the Supporting and Strengthening the Home Visiting Workforce project and coordinating interested party engagement for the Home Visiting Assessments of Implementation Quality project.
Joraanstad has also provided research, writing, and fact-checking support for several home visiting projects, including—
- Home Visiting Applied Research Collaborative
- Multisite Implementation Evaluation of Tribal Home Visiting
- Family-Level Assessment and State of Home Visiting
- Mother and Infant Home Visiting Program Evaluation (MIHOPE)
- MIHOPE-Strong Start
- MIHOPE Baseline Report to Congress
Prior to joining JBA, Joraanstad worked on a state-level evaluation of evidence-based home visiting programs. She received an M.S. in public health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.