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Fitting Your Needs
Brad Rose, Ph.D. is a Stanford University and Brandeis University trained applied sociologist, who has more than 25 years of experience designing and conducting program evaluations and organization development initiatives for a range of clients in the non-profit, education, and philanthropic sectors. Dr. Rose has extensive experience assisting non-profits, educational institutions, and foundations to ensure that they are measuring the impacts of their programming and systematically utilizing data to inform program refinement. He brings to the practical challenges involved in determining program effectiveness, experience-based knowledge of organization and program-design and a collaborative and inclusive approach to client engagements.
Guiding You from Start to Finish
Dr. Rose often works with clients from the initial stages of program conceptualization (i.e., identification of potential funders, specification of project goals, program logic modeling, proposal writing, etc.) through program implementation, and to the measurement of program outcomes/impacts.
With a focus on “developmental evaluation,” Dr. Rose helps program managers, funders, and stakeholders to ensure:
- Successful program design
- Accurately measure the results of interventions
- Make timely adjustments in order to maximize positive program impacts