In her role as Senior Consultant, Tina provides strategic consulting, evaluation, applied research and planning assistance for a range of philanthropic and nonprofit clients. Using her qualitative expertise, she develops evaluation plans, designs data-collection tools, leads data collection efforts, analyses and articulate findings, and prepares client deliverables. She examines community capacity and social-capital development through service, volunteerism, civic engagement and other aspects of civil society.
Tina’s case-study evaluations include GroundSpark (formerly Women’s Educational Media) and the ABCD Initiative of the Low Income Investment Fund. She also authored the 2008 publication,The Nature of Leadership: Lessons from an Exemplary Statesman, for the Henry M. Jackson Foundation.
Tina has done extensive work in evaluation and planning and as a community organizer in small towns and rural communities in the United States and abroad. Prior to joining Informing Change, Tina served for 10 years as director of a nonprofit volunteer resource center. She helped develop the initial programming for the AmeriCorps national service program and worked as a national program consultant for Girl Scouts of the USA, focusing on cross-cultural training and program development.
Tina received an MA in Modern Foreign Languages from Lehigh University and a BA in French and Russian Studies from Muhlenberg College.