Susanne Condron has more than 10 years of experience analyzing and cleaning data, generating reports, and summarizing research findings. She serves on the data management team for several large cross-site evaluations funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA's) Center for Mental Health Services (Garrett Lee Smith Suicide Youth Prevention and Early Intervention, National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative [NCTSI] Evaluation) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (Teen Pregnancy Prevention). Across all project assignments, she works with evaluators to ensure that survey and supplemental data are meaningful and meet the clients’ standards for quality. Ms. Condron also collects data, performs analyses, and generates reports for ICF's clients. She has data management expertise in state education and child welfare agencies to research educational outcomes, student achievement gaps, and child maltreatment for the purpose of informing policy and fulfilling federal accountability reporting requirements. Ms. Condron also has experience in supervising professional data analysts, recommending improvements in the data collection process, ensuring data integrity, and summarizing research findings for various constituencies.