Dana Keener Mast is a senior project manager with 15 years of experience in social science research, evaluation, and capacity building. She currently directs a broad-scale training and technical assistance center to support Communities Putting Prevention to Work grantees funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In addition, she leads an evaluation of the Convergence Partnership, a national network of funders dedicated to advancing healthy people and healthy places.
Dr. Keener Mast has particular expertise in measuring and evaluating environmental and policy change outcomes for large-scale chronic disease prevention efforts. Her previous evaluation work addressed a wide range of public health and social issues, including asthma management, coordinated school health, adolescent pregnancy and parenting, family literacy, early childhood education, and violence prevention.