An external evaluation was conducted of the Ohio University Leadership Project (OULP). The evaluation was commissioned in order to identify the programs and procedures that have effectively contributed to the development of its participants and to identify practices that need to be revised and improved. The results of the evaluation were reduced to a written report that included an executive summary.
The evaluation and report were conducted and written by Kristine Chadwick. Kristine works as a Research & Evaluation Specialist at a regional educational laboratory, and conducts independent evaluation consulting projects. Currently finishing her doctoral work through the University of Rhode Island, Kristine holds a Master’s Degree in Experimental Psychology, with emphases in community psychology, organizational learning, and evaluation research.
Kristine has performed mixed-method evaluations and needs assessments for more than a decade in diverse program areas, including education (both K-12 and higher education), community level substance abuse prevention, domestic violence prevention, HIV prevention, and service programs for older blind individuals.
Kristine has co-authored an article on professional development for rural principals and regularly presents papers at national conferences. She can be reached at email@example.com for information on evaluation consulting services.
An Outcome Evaluation of the Ohio University Leadership Project (PDF)