We are looking forward to presenting and exhibiting at the National Association of Workforce Board (NAWB) Forum, taking place March 25-28 in Washington, DC. Visit our interactive workshop or our exhibit booth to learn how our interdisciplinary team of highly-experienced researchers can help you achieve your program and policy goals.
During the forum, Chief Monitoring and Evaluation Officer Jonathan Simonetta, Vice President, Labor & Human Services Dr. James Moore, and Senior Research Associates Anne Chamberlain and Dr. Sonam Gupta will present the interactive workshop, “An Evaluation Toolkit for the Public Workforce System.” The workshop will take place on Monday, March 27 from 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm.
During the workshop, attendees will learn:
- The benefits of evaluations,
- Real world examples of how evaluations improved programs and outcomes, and
- About effective evaluation tools and strategies.
About the Presenters
Johnathan Simonetta has more than 15 years of experience developing, executing, and managing rigorous labor research and evaluation studies. He led the development, implementation, and completion of numerous impact evaluations in his previous positions at the US Department of Labor. In his capacity as IMPAQ’s Chief Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, he mentors researchers, oversees research projects, monitors overall project performance, and contributes to business development across several divisions.
James Moore manages a talented team of labor economists and research professionals while leading the continued growth of the Labor & Human Services Division. He has conducted extensive research on workforce development issues, income security, and the economics of aging.
Anne Chamberlain has been conducting and managing the research and evaluation of complex policies and programs for more than 15 years. She also has extensive experience conveying research from concept through design, implementation, and report stages.
Sonam Gupta is an applied economist with expertise in applied econometrics, labor economics, and program evaluation methods. She has significant experience conducting randomized control trials, employing diverse advanced econometric techniques for data analysis, and managing large databases.
About the NAWB Forum
The Forum is the premier event for workforce development professionals and leaders in business, government, labor, and education to gain insights into the current state of our nation's workforce system and to consider the goals and policy frameworks affecting the future of human capital development.