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Michelle Bloodworth


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Regular Member
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Last name
About me
I have worked with partners across the education spectrum in early childhood, K-12, community schools, higher education, and school health. I have planned and conducted large and small-scale evaluations, locally and nationally, providing organizational consulting and capacity-building support to clients in areas such as logic modeling, evaluation design, and implementation, data visualization and systems-based evaluation. I have expertise with both quantitative and qualitative methodologies and regularly combines both approaches when designing evaluations. I seek to engage multiple stakeholder groups to design and conduct program evaluations that lead to program improvement and organizational capacity building. My master’s degree is in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado and my doctorate is in Community and Prevention Research from the University of Illinois at Chicago, where I was a pre-doctoral fellow with NIMH’s Prevention and Research Training Program.
Work or school affiliation
Insight Allies
Organization type
Private Business
Job title
Owner & Principal Associate
Central (Albuquerque)
Evaluation experience
Highest degree received
  • Native American
  • Hispanic or Latino/a
  • Youth
  • International
  • Early childhood
  • Health & human services
  • Advocacy and policy
  • Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health
  • Education
  • Higher education
  • Quantitative methods
  • Qualitative methods
  • Survey methods
  • Technology
  • Visual data display
  • Participatory/empowerment evaluation
  • Diversity/inclusion
  • Facilitation
  • Grant writing
  • Needs assessment
  • Results-based accountability
  • Cost effectiveness/return on investment
  • Systems thinking

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