Senior Associate - Philliber Research & Evaluation

Program evaluation for non profits, foundations, and governmnet entities.
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Senior Associate

Program Evaluation

Scott Herrling, MS
Senior Program Evaluator
Contact: 845-626-2126
Fax: 845-626-3206

Scott Herrling is a Senior Program Evaluator at Philliber Research & Evaluation. He joined Philliber in October 1993 and has over 18 years of evaluation and research experience. Scott has a master’s degree in educational administration and supervision from the State University of New York, The College at New Paltz.

His experience at Philliber includes evaluation of journalism projects as well as youth development, teen pregnancy, school achievement, seniors, adults with disabilities projects and other areas of human service delivery.

His responsibilities include the day-to-day management of entire portfolios of human service programs, managing and overseeing data analyst staff, creating program models, designing data systems, analyzing and cleaning data, conducting follow-up, creating reports and presenting data, conducting interviews, training interviewers, managing field site data collection efforts, traveling, and establishing and maintaining long-lasting rapports with clients.

Published works include:


Philliber, Susan., Kaye, Jacqueline W., Herrling, Scott., and West, Emily. “Preventing Pregnancy and Improving Health Care Access Among Teenagers: An Evaluation of the Children’s Aid Society-Carrera Program.” Perspectives, September 2002, Vol. 34, No. 5, pp 244-251.

Allen, Joseph P., Philliber, Susan., Herrling, Scott., and Kuperminc, Gabriel P. “Preventing Teen Pregnancy and Academic Failure: Experimental Evaluation of a Developmentally Based Approach.” Child Development, August 1997, Vol. 64, No. 4, pp729-742.


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Philliber Research & Evaluation
16 Main Street
Accord, NY 12404
845-626-2126
About us:
We are an independent evaluation company founded in 1987, committed to providing high quality evaluations.
Services:
Program Evaluation
Needs Assessments
Building Evaluation Capacity
Randomized Control Trials
Evaluation Training
Data Management
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