Consultants at Quality Measures represent a wide-range of talents and experiences in program evaluation, assessment strategies, accreditation visits, strategic planning and statistical analysis. Each consultant is dedicated to continuous development as experts in their field and demonstrates uncompromising quality and integrity of work provided to our clients.

Dr. Gwen Lee-Thomas


As an external evaluator, Gwen has conducted evaluations funded by NSF, DOD, DOJ, HRSA, Dept. of Education, and Dept. of Energy in over $120M. (Click Pic To Read More)

Charmagne Paat

Evaluation and Research Associate

Charmagne earned her dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Mathematical Sciences: Operations Research as well as Psychology, minor in Statistics from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. (Click Pic To Read More)

Sherrell Hendrix

Remote Team Lead

Sherrell is the Remote Team Lead for Quality Measures LLC. In this role, she is responsible for the assignment, management, and verification of all tasks completed by the seven (7) remote - based independent contractors. Sherrell’s background also includes four years of experience working K - 12 education in various operational roles (Click Pic To Read More)

Courtney Boyd

Independent Contractor

Courtney Boyd’s experience centers around supporting various educational, military, and wellness initiatives through the conduct of program evaluations, clinical trials, and other evidence-based methodologies. (Click Pic To Read More)

Brandie Freeman

Independent Contractor

Brandie holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Old Dominion University in Human Services Counseling with a minor in Community Health, she also has a Master's Degree in Public Health with a focus on Health Education and Administration. Her studies prepared her for research and analysis, and certification (Certified Health Education Specialist -CHES) earned her the ability to implement and evaluate (public health) programs (Click Pic To Read More)

Dr. Sundra Kincey

Independent Contractor

Sundra D. Kincey, Ph.D. is Assistant Vice President of Program Quality within the Division of Academic Affairs at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). Her primary role is to provide leadership in the development of new degree offerings, oversight of the university program review process, provide assistance to academic programs with specialized accreditation for initial and reaccreditation, and policy development and implementation related to academic programming and degree authorization. (Click Pic To Read More)

Erika Stoerkel

Independent Contractor

Erika is a Marketing Strategist who partners with CEOs looking to scale their business organically. Erika is a certified online business manager. She believes that her work has helped people mitigate costs, improve their reach to key stakeholders and their audience in small ways that proved to have a large impact (Click Pic To Read More)

Dr. Melissa Quackenbush

Independent Contractor

Dr. Melissa Quackenbush is a graduate the Educational Psychology and Program Evaluation program at Old Dominion University. Prior to completing her dissertation, Dr. Quackenbush earned an Educational Specialist’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Liberty University, and she holds a Master of Science in Reading Education from the University of South Florida. While continuing her education, Dr. Quackenbush has served in the public-school systems in Central Florida and Northern New Jersey. She has experience as a secondary English teacher, Reading Specialist, Instructional Technology Coach, Supervisor of Instruction, and Director of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Technology. With fifteen years in the field of education, Dr. Quackenbush provides educational consulting services to public and private schools in various areas of instructional design, professional development, and school administration through her LLC, Engage Momentum. Her research interests include teacher training, self-regulated learning, and computer-supported collaborative learning environments.

Susan Sajada

Independent Contractor

Susan Sajada is an engineer, researcher, and educator. She has a bachelors and master's in Biomedical Engineering and is currently pursuing her PhD in Engineering Education. She has experience in qualitative, quantitative, and mixed research methods. She has also worked as an engineer in the medical device industry, and as a STEM educator in various contexts. She wishes to use her interdisciplinary expertise to broaden participation in the technical workforce and make technical education more accessible.