Justin has experience with an array of programs and initiatives serving underserved populations, including behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, and education programs. His background is in research, program evaluation, strategic planning, and quality management.
At Equal Measure, Justin directs several complex evaluation projects of systems-change initiatives focused on improving outcomes across the cradle-to-career continuum. Currently, his work includes evaluations of the StriveTogether network, the Lumina Foundation’s Community Partnership for Attainment initiative, and the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions’ Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund. Justin’s past projects include an evaluation of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Community Partnerships portfolio, the Commit! Partnership in Dallas, and evaluation capacity building for the Student African American Brotherhood. Justin also heads the Pew Fund Capacity Building Program, which distributes $750,000 annually in capacity building grants to Philadelphia-area health and human services organizations.
Before joining Equal Measure, Justin was a quality management coordinator at Devereux, where he oversaw quality and performance improvement at two residential treatment centers for children and adolescents, as well as a therapeutic foster care program. Prior to Devereux, as an evaluation manager with Cornell Companies, Justin consulted with treatment, education, behavioral health, and juvenile justice programs around the United States to monitor and improve outcomes and program performance.
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