Eve serves as the senior program manager of New Connections.
Eve assists the New Connections team through project management and by creating content for education, training and mentoring convenings for our network of scholars. Eve has more than two decades’ experience in roles that encompass mixed-methods research, program evaluation, philanthropy, government, and private consulting. The motivation behind her work is a goal to increase access to programs and to create systems change in ways that will enhance the health, safety, and wellbeing of vulnerable populations.
As a senior director at Equal Measure, Eve contributes her managerial and mixed methods expertise to evaluation projects focusing on educational access and success; increased representation of low-income students and minorities in STEM programs; and improving the collective impact of philanthropic efforts. Currently, her work includes an evaluation of the Helmsley Charitable Trust’s Active Learning as a Means to Increase Graduates in STEM, an evaluation of the Packard Foundation’s Local Grantmaking program, and technical assistance and capacity building services for the National Science Foundation’s INCLUDES program.
Prior to joining New Connections and Equal Measure, Eve was managing director of the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies, a National Science Foundation-funded Industry/University Cooperative Research Center hosted by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Before CHOP, Eve was a senior research associate at the Mixed Methods Research Laboratory (MMRL) at the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania. In this role, Eve conducted qualitative research in collaboration with Penn faculty on studies exploring factors that contribute to the health and well-being of disease populations and low-income communities. Her work at MMRL evolved from projects she conducted as an independent consultant at Penn’s Leonard Davis Institute, Center for Health Economics. Other clients included the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, GlaxoSmithKline, and the What to Expect Foundation.