Project

Evaluability Assessment and Technical Assistance to Expand Generation Hope

The Annie E. Casey Foundation has long supported two-generation programs like Generation Hope that aim to lift families out of poverty. In Washington, DC, Generation Hope simultaneously works with teen parents to help them graduate from college and with their children to prepare them for kindergarten.

JBA will complete two phases of work to support the potential expansion of Generation Hope beyond the nation’s capital:

  • Evaluability assessment phase: We will conduct document reviews and semistructured interviews to understand program strengths and needs.
  • Technical assistance phase: We will help the program build on its successes and prepare for evaluation and scale-up.

Staff

  • Allison Meisch, Ph.D. Senior Research Associate

    Allison Meisch is a developmental psychologist with more than 18 years of experience in quantitative and qualitative methods, program evaluation, applied...

  • Amanda Thomson, M.P.P. Research Associate

    Amanda Thomson has more than 7 years of experience in social science research. She is skilled in SPSS, GIS, ATLAS.ti, survey development, and qualitative...