Assessment Program Manager
Rachel Boren earned her Ph.D. in Educational Research, Statistics, and Evaluation from the University of Virginia, where she was trained in program evaluation and research methodology in educational settings. She has a diverse portfolio of training and experience with program evaluation and research in education and healthcare, most recently as an evaluator for the Provost’s Office at the University of Texas at El Paso and the Director of Evaluation for a 70 million dollar National Institutes of Health funded center based at the University of Washington. She has experience assessing student learning and other outcomes for K-12 and higher
education populations, including both two and four- year college environments all over the country, and ensuring programs have strong evaluation plans and the necessary data for evidence based decision-making. Her skill set includes quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, survey design, and creating reports for different needs and audiences.