Amber is a Researcher at Goshen Education Consulting Inc., working primarily with National Science Foundation funded projects that promote access and equity in higher education STEM programs. She is excited about empowering clients to use evaluation to ask and answer the questions that will support their learning and efforts to improve programs.
Amber has experience working with nonprofits and regional funders in all stages of the evaluation process, from initial planning through data collection, analysis, and reporting. She has facilitated and supported workshops focused on evaluation planning and logic model development and helped nonprofits individually to refine processes for outcomes measurement. Her background in social work, spanning from college access to trauma-focused therapy and programs, informs her focus on ensuring evaluation is meaningfully helpful to those working to meet the needs of diverse students and faculty.
Amber is a member of the American Evaluation Association (AEA) and a new member of the Program Committee for the Evaluation Association of St. Louis. She and her family live in St. Louis, and when she’s not analyzing data or chasing her toddler, she enjoys baking with a good audiobook.