Ebony Reddock received both her MPH and PhD training in Health Behavior and Health Education at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She has extensive experience in community-based research and evaluation, with particular expertise and interest in participatory research methods, organizational capacity-building and strategic planning with social work and public health organizations. She is also an experienced trainer and instructor, having taught courses and workshops on Community-based Public Health, Health Disparities, Research Methods, Community Health Education and Diversity in Research. She is a lifelong Michigan resident, having worked with a number of community-based organizations in Southeastern Michigan on program development, management and evaluation projects in areas ranging from higher education pipeline programs, poverty reduction, HIV/AIDS prevention and outreach, youth development and human service programs.
Sue Ann Savas received her MSW and BA in economics from the University of Michigan. For the past 20 years, Sue Ann practiced as a program evaluator in a variety of settings. She specializes in the areas of program design, logic modeling, evaluation planning, implementation evaluations, outcome measurement, and reporting for continuous quality improvement. She uses an interdisciplinary approach, collaborating with professionals from the fields of social work, public health, environmental health, and education. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on techniques for building evaluation capacity within organizations and coalitions.
Chad Jobin, LLMSW, is an Evaluation Associate with the Program Evaluation Group. His professional interests include using evaluation to promote the development and implementation of effective programs in youth and family services. Chad graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelors of Social Work and received his MSW from the University of Michigan with a concentration in Social Policy and Evaluation and a minor in Management of Human Services.
Molly has an MSW from The University of Michigan, and is dedicated to the work in social justice and equal opportunity. Molly has enjoyed diverse opportunities to build community engagement, inform program development, and evaluate program and policies within the field of human services. This has led her to pursue a career in program development and evaluation to help community organizations build healthy and sustainable programs for those in need.
As an Evaluation Associate at the Program Evaluation Group, Molly engages in collaborative and utilization focused evaluation to inform programs and policies, implement program best practices, and improve program outcomes for variety of community agencies ranging from reentry, community building, health and wellness, and education.