Melissa Wall is a Senior Program Evaluator at the Center for Family,
Work and Community and has her master's degree in Community Social
Psychology. She has over ten years of experience evaluating diverse
partnerships and multi-year initiatives. These evaluations have a strong
orientation toward working with diverse communities and facing ambiguous
tasks and goals.
She has been involved in the following projects: Department of Education (DOE) funded mentoring program for middle school students as well as another DOE funded college access program working with high school students in Lowell, an Office of Family Assistance healthy marriage program, Center for Substance Abuse and Prevention funded HIV/AIDS program for Latinas in Lawrence, and the CDC-funded Cambodian Community Health 2010 health disparities reduction program.