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Aimee White, M.Ed.

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Assistant Professor

Email

aimee@customevaluation.com

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Area of Interest

Engaging the community in the design, implementation, and evaluation of community change initiatives; Using systems lenses in evaluation practice with community-based initiatives

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A deeply committed Systems Oriented, Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment evaluation professional with more than 10 years of experience in community, nonprofit, corporate, and foundation evaluation practice. The majority of the work has been performed as the President and Principal Evaluator of Custom Evaluation Services Inc., a private independent evaluation consulting firm. The topical areas of expertise are complex systems change initiatives addressing early childhood education-career (cradle to career pipelines), adverse childhood experiences, child abuse and neglect prevention, ex-offender reentry, and poverty mitigation. The client base over the years has included small program-centric nonprofits organizations, many United Ways (including local, state, and United Way Worldwide) focusing on complex community change initiatives, several large foundations funding complex community change initiatives, and state contracts attempting state-level systems change. Aimee’s educational foundation for her evaluation work is Political Science, Educational Leadership, Educational Theory and Policy, and Social Work received from Vanderbilt University, The Pennsylvania State University, and The University of South Carolina. She is also currently serving on the American Evaluation Association’s National Board of Directors as Board Member-At-Large for a three year term ending in December 2017.

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THRIVE Santa Barbara County (http://thrive.sbceo.org)

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Position

Assistant Professor

Email

aimee@customevaluation.com

Social Media

Area of Interest

Engaging the community in the design, implementation, and evaluation of community change initiatives; Using systems lenses in evaluation practice with community-based initiatives
   

A deeply committed Systems Oriented, Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment evaluation professional with more than 10 years of experience in community, nonprofit, corporate, and foundation evaluation practice. The majority of the work has been performed as the President and Principal Evaluator of Custom Evaluation Services Inc., a private independent evaluation consulting firm. The topical areas of expertise are complex systems change initiatives addressing early childhood education-career (cradle to career pipelines), adverse childhood experiences, child abuse and neglect prevention, ex-offender reentry, and poverty mitigation. The client base over the years has included small program-centric nonprofits organizations, many United Ways (including local, state, and United Way Worldwide) focusing on complex community change initiatives, several large foundations funding complex community change initiatives, and state contracts attempting state-level systems change. Aimee’s educational foundation for her evaluation work is Political Science, Educational Leadership, Educational Theory and Policy, and Social Work received from Vanderbilt University, The Pennsylvania State University, and The University of South Carolina. She is also currently serving on the American Evaluation Association’s National Board of Directors as Board Member-At-Large for a three year term ending in December 2017.

THRIVE Santa Barbara County (http://thrive.sbceo.org)

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