Michelle Revels has more than 17 years of experience in research and evaluation design and has applied her skills in formative, process, and outcome research to a range of policy analysis, program evaluation, and health communication projects. Many of these projects involved developing logic models for programs, workgroups, and evaluation designs; conducting formative research using literature reviews, document review, environmental scans, in-depth, interviews, and focus groups; and performing sophisticated qualitative data analysis.
Ms. Revels has expertise in mixed-methods research, including the development, administration, and analysis of small- and large-scale surveys designed for a variety of audiences. She has been involved with several projects that improve the understanding of health issues that disproportionately affect people of color, particularly African Americans, and identify and evaluate policy and programmatic approaches to reducing those disparities.
Ms. Revels also designs and conducts trainings on topics such as focus group methodology, in-depth interviews, program evaluation, qualitative research, and data analysis.