Cheryl is involved with evaluation projects in the areas of substance use prevention, juvenile justice, racial and ethnic disparities in health care, and more. She provides evaluation technical assistance and training to grantees and project management for internal teams. In recognition of her outstanding contributions and exceptional work with clients, Cheryl was presented with OMNI’s Outstanding Service Award in 2017. Cheryl also leads OMNI’s Online Survey Team, building surveys for multiple teams and compiling survey-building best-practices for staff and is a member of the Qualitative Research Team. Cheryl has an eclectic work history that includes health services research as well as a long tenure as a professional songwriter, performer, and recording artist, and other industry-related positions. She has prior policy and research experience in the areas of education, health care, and long-term care. Cheryl is a member of the American Evaluation Association and the Colorado Public Health Association .
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, DENVER
Master of Public Administration
Public and Behavioral Health