One method to address inequity is through community organizing. As an organizer, I mobilized and advocated with communities to improve our quality of life. Through engaging with stakeholders, I recognized the influence data and evaluation has in improving and strengthening structures and systems. For this reason, I was drawn to Informing Change, and I’m thrilled to be here!
At Informing Change, I work collaboratively with my peers on multiple evaluation projects analyzing data and translating that analysis into tangible goals for our partners. Our teams are dedicated to utilizing data and evaluation to support our partners and improve their structures and systems for advancing equity. The most rewarding part of my job is working with our partners in a continuous dialogue to enhance evaluation design, data collection methods, and sense-making from data analysis.
Outside of work, I am usually baking sourdough bread, churning homemade ice cream, or cooking Hmong food.
- Outcome and Accountability, California Department of Social Services
- Planning Unit, San Francisco Human Services Agency
- MSW, Management and Planning, University of California, Berkeley
- BA, Environmental Studies and Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz