Dr. Gwen Lee-Thomas is the CEO of Quality Measures, LLC, a Virginia-based consulting firm specializing in program and project evaluation, accreditation preparation, andcapacitybuilding.Withover22years of experience in project evaluation and organizational development for over $120M in federal and state funded projects, Gwen consistently works collaboratively with her clients to maximize evaluation outcomes.
As an external evaluator, Gwen has conductedover120evaluations in various areas with an emphasis in STEM-H related curriculum experiences at various colleges and universities across the U.S. Gwen’s work with NSF,USDOE,DOJ,DOD, HRSA, and NNSA helps in providing the evaluative needs and expectations of federally funded grants with regard to accountability and compliance. Gwen utilizes her experiences as an executive assistant to two college presidents , graduate faculty member at two research universities, and accreditation support services several institutions to ensure that her work with clients meets the needs of the evaluation and align with relevant entities and stakeholders. In addition, she has served as a panel reviewer for NSF proposals for S-STEM and other EHR programs; GAANN, EOC, and SIP with USDOE; iscurrently a Peer Reviewer for the NCA-HLC, and is CITI certified for several universities. Gwen’s service has included Board Chair of the Indiana Minority Health Coalition; Community Relations Board member for the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, IN; board member for the Academic & Business Commission for the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce; and Commission Member on the Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Sherrell Hendrix is the owner of Strategic Solutions LLC; a woman-owned, small business that specializes in providing education research and program evaluation services. Her mission is to empower decision-makers to make strategic decisions regarding their programs and bring value to each project.
Sherrell’s professional experiences began in residence life. She worked as a Resident Director at Bridgewater College for two years after gaining a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from The University of Virginia in 2009. She then gained her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership at Old Dominion University (ODU) in 2013. She worked as the Assistant Director for Assessment and Planning within the Student Engagement and Enrollment Services division at ODU. She also worked as a Research Associate for the Office of Institutional Research at ODU.
Sherrell is currently the Manager for Operational Effectiveness at Green Dot Public Schools Tennessee. In this role, she is responsible for daily student transportation, state compliance reporting, vendor contract monitoring, and the provision of an extensive extended learning programming. She is also pursuing a Doctoral degree in Education Leadership at ODU.
Sherrell can be reached via e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org