Kerry Ryan has nearly 15 years of experience conducting social services evaluation research, with a focus on the implementation, dissemination, and outcomes of parenting programs serving families with children ages birth to 5.
At JBA, Ryan has contributed to national, tribal, and state-level evaluations of evidence-based home visiting programs. Her skills include providing evaluation technical assistance; developing data collection protocols; assisting sites participating in large-scale, multisite evaluations; conducting literature reviews; and developing toolkits, manuals, and other training materials.
Ryan has been a site liaison for several JBA home visiting projects:
- Multisite Implementation Evaluation of Tribal Home Visiting
- Design Options for Home Visiting Evaluation
- Mother and Infant Home Visiting Program Evaluation (MIHOPE)
- MIHOPE-Strong Start
Previously, Ryan held research positions at Georgia State University and New York University. She received an M.A. in psychology from New York University.