Annalee Good, Ph.D., Director
Annalee Good serves as Director of the WCER Clinical Program, as well as the co-director of the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative. She supports youth-serving organizations through culturally responsive research, evaluation, and policy analysis. She has published and presented numerous papers on topics including the role of K-12 teachers in the creation of public policy, the integration of digital instructional tools, and the nature and role of tutoring in school reform. She was an 8th grade social studies teacher before earning her master’s and doctoral degrees in Educational Policy Studies from UW-Madison.
Alison Bowman, Associate Director
Alison Bowman serves as the Associate Director of the WCER Clinical Program, as well as a Project Manager with the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative. She is also an Analyst with Bowman Performance Consulting, where she provides research and technical support for Indigenous and tribally-focused evaluations. Alison is a certified project manager with more than a decade of experience working on large, complex education and non-profit evaluation and research projects. She holds a Master of Public Affairs from the La Follette School of Public Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Content, Context and Methodology Mentors
Bianca Baldridge, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Educational Policy Studies, UW-Madison
Nicole Bowman, Ph.D.
Culturally Responsive Evaluation Specialist, UW-Madison
Mariana Castro, Ph.D.
Deputy Director of WCER and Director of Research, Evaluation and Policy for WIDA, UW-Madison
Special Assistant for Diversity and Inclusion at WCER and Evaluation Utilization Specialist, UW-Madison
Hazel Symonette, Ph.D.
Evaluation Facilitator, UW-Madison
Manager of the Fit Youth Initiative, Goodman Community Center
Christine Pribbenow, Ph.D.
Director of the LEAD Center, UW-Madison
Youth Evaluation Specialist, UW-Madison