Patryce is skilled in the use of both quantitative and qualitative methods to evaluate programs and information systems. Additionally, she is skilled in project management, workgroup, interview and focus group facilitation, survey/questionnaire design, report writing, protocol development, literature review and summary, publication development, data collection and analysis, and training and technical assistance.
As a former Research Scientist with a background in Biology, Patryce was accustomed to scientific inquiry and investigation. A Master’s degree in Health Care Policy & Administration led to a change to public health research. Her love for evaluation grew from experiences in working in diverse environments and with diverse populations. She has worked on a myriad of projects from HIV/AIDS to transportation.
Personally, Patryce is inquisitive by nature and interested in knowing why people think and behave in a certain way. She likes to hear their views on different subjects. In addition, she is analytical and likes to solve problems. Her philosophy in life, “Don’t focus on the problem but let’s find a solution to the problem!”
As the owner of a minority woman-owned consulting firm, we are committed to maintaining diversity and equity in our team of highly competent consultants. We center best practices in Culturally Responsive Evaluation and a Participant-Centered approach as part of our evaluative design to ensure that individuals who represent the community play an active role in the research process. We are respectful of the culture and traditions of the population from which we collect data. This framework informs and guides our evaluation efforts.
Our team of highly qualified consultants have been vetted and possess the educational background, professional experience, and training which will enable them to fulfill the project scope and objectives for any project.