CHAIRED BY Ismail Smith-Wade-El

To measure success, and to maintain accountability to our goals, an ongoing process of data collection, program evaluation, and gap analysis are necessary.  Future anti-poverty efforts can find success by prioritizing quantitative and qualitative methods to most effectively target interventions.  This team is comprised of scholars, researchers, and grant writers.  They are charged with the task of evaluating data, methods, and awareness of best practices and anti-poverty innovations across the nation. 


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Mike Foley Coalition to End Homelessness

Mary Glazier Millersville University

Jessica Klinker Lancaster General Health

Ashley Brown United Way

Jeremy Young City Alliance

Berwood Yost Franklin and Marshall College

Heather Sharp Lancaster Public Library