Dana evaluates programs to improve national and regional public health and education initiatives. As a community psychologist, she is dedicated to exploring the rich connections between program context, implementation, and outcomes. Dana’s evaluation experience spans a wide range of content including chronic disease prevention, health care systems, and rural cancer survivorship, among others.
Dana has also designed and implemented training and technical assistance support systems for large-scale community health initiatives such as Communities Putting Prevention to Work and Community Transformation Grants. Her clients have included the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Convergence Partnership, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Healthcare Georgia Foundation, and The Rapides Foundation.