Anne Fromknecht has more than 15 years of experience in applied social science, evaluation, and technical assistance. Her technical skills include project management, evaluation design, logic model development, design and administration of data collection tools, qualitative data analysis, and dissemination.
At JBA, Fromknecht directs the Understanding Judicial Decision-Making and Hearing Quality in Child Welfare project and the Infant-Toddler Court Program Evaluation. She also directs a subcontract to the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law to help implement national performance measures for child welfare courts, judges, and attorneys. She previously worked on the Technical Assistance on Evaluation for Discretionary Grant Programs, the Cross-Center Evaluation of the Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative, and the Evaluation Technical Assistance for Title IV-E Waiver Demonstrations project.
Prior to joining JBA, Fromknecht directed the evaluation of the National Child Welfare Resource Center on Legal and Judicial Issues, a national training and technical assistance center funded by the Children’s Bureau. She received an M.P.H. from the University of Pittsburgh.