Audacity Nadler has nearly 20 years of experience in evidence-based prevention, program development and evaluation, and the support of resilient human development through a systems lens. They have planned, implemented, and evaluated a variety of programs with federal and state funding in the areas of sexual violence prevention, overdose prevention, and health promotion. Nadler has worked to support pueblos, tribes, and tribal nations in building community health improvement processes and implementing health promotion programs.
As part of the Tribal Evaluation Institute project, Nadler provides technical assistance to federally funded tribal home visiting programs in the areas of data collection, management, reporting, continuous quality improvement, and evaluation.
Prior to joining JBA, Nadler spent nearly 15 years in adult education as a psychology faculty member at community colleges and state universities in California and New Mexico. They provided home visiting services to children in foster care and conducted research with families as part of the San Diego KEEP SAFE program. They also led the board of directors for the First Born home visiting program in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and provided direct parent education and services as a doula.
Nadler received an Ed.D. in organizational leadership for behavioral health from Grand Canyon University and an M.A. in psychology with a focus on developmental psychology from San Diego State University. They completed a yearlong certificate program in adult education from San Diego State University’s College of Education.