Download: The State of Evaluation in the ATE Program, 2023

This 2023 report provides a snapshot of practices and perceptions in ATE evaluation. The report was created to ground conversations during the 2023 ATE Evaluation Summit event.

About the Authors

Valerie Marshall

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Senior Research Associate, The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University

Val Marshall, Senior Research Associate, leads research on evaluation use in the ATE community. She also has experience working on the annual ATE Survey and assists with other EvaluATE events and projects, such as the ATE Evaluation Summit. She is also a doctoral student in the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation program at Western Michigan University. Prior to The Evaluation Center, Valerie worked on research and evaluation projects focused on behavioral health, homelessness and poverty, and social policy in both private and non-profit sectors.

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