Dana Roth specializes in evaluation and data translation for health and human service agencies. She provides data collection and analysis, designs and implements surveys, summarizes quantitative and qualitative data for presentation, prepares reports, and assists with evaluation design and project management. At DMA, Ms. Roth has provided expert data management as well as descriptive and inferential analyses for a number of evaluations, including the National Evaluation of SAMHSA’s Children’s Mental Health Initiative Expansion, the evaluation of the Title IV-E Waiver for the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families, evaluations of SAMHSA- and BJA-funded specialty courts in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and behavioral health needs assessments of the city of Boston and the state of Massachusetts.
Prior to her work at DMA, she served as both a research assistant and a project coordinator in Social Psychology research laboratories and was a Field Organizer for Organizing for America Virginia, President Obama’s grassroots election campaign. Ms. Roth holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Virginia, where she graduated with high distinction, and an M.S. in Social Psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. While at UMass, she also served as the Program Coordinator for the Psychology Department’s undergraduate concentration in Developmental Disabilities and Human Services.