Wendy DuBow has worked on issues of social justice her entire career. At NCWIT, she serves as the evaluator of NCWIT’s many outreach and educational publications. The data she collects helps NCWIT understand how and to what extent its resources work to advance its mission. She also is responsible for compiling the data behind two of NCWIT statistics-based resources, By the Numbers and the NCWIT Scorecard. Wendy has been conducting social science research and evaluation since 2001. Prior to coming to NCWIT, she conducted evaluations and survey research in private-sector firms for a diverse client base, including non-profit organizations, grant-making foundations, and local governments throughout the U.S. Her fields of inquiry have included organizational capacity building, positive youth development, healthy lifestyles, and quality of life. Her research has focused on increasing the inclusivity of marginalized populations in evaluation. In a former life, Wendy managed the Communications and Training units in Information Technology Services at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Wendy received her M.A. from Mills College and her Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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