Katherine LockeAssociate Director, Evaluation
Education: BA: Bryn Mawr College, in Sociology; MPH: Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, in Epidemiologic & Biostatistical Methods for Public Health & Clinical Research
Service Expertise: qualitative and quantitative research, policy analysis, evaluation, and nonprofit management
Katherine Locke, the Associate Director of the Evaluation practice, has a background in qualitative and quantitative research, policy analysis, evaluation, and nonprofit management. Since joining TCC Group in 2007, Locke has worked on a number of projects for nonprofit and funder clients including evaluations of advocacy programs, capacity building initiatives, health research and grantmaking programs. Recent clients include Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Kansas Health Foundation, Treatment Action Group and the LGBTQ Racial Justice Fund.
Locke previously worked as a Senior Research Analyst in the Health Policy and Evaluation group at NORC at the University of Chicago in Washington, DC. At NORC, Locke was responsible for survey and interview protocol development, data collection and analysis, literature reviews, proposal writing, report writing, and meeting planning for government, foundation, and nonprofit clients.
Prior to this, she worked as Director of HIV Prevention Services at the Mazzoni Center, a Philadelphia-based LGBT health services organization. Locke managed all Positive Prevention and Outreach interventions, targeting high risk populations such as injection drug users and sex industry workers. She was responsible for departmental reporting and served on the agency's management team.
Locke has a Master's of Public Health from the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University with a concentration in Epidemiologic and Biostatistical Methods for Public Health & Clinical Research. While a student at Hopkins, Locke worked on a needs assessment survey for inmates at the Baltimore Women's Detention Center and a case-control study of the relationship of oral HPV and oropharangyal cancer. She is also a cum laude graduate of Bryn Mawr College, where she majored in Sociology. She serves as a member of the Institutional Review Board for Philadelphia FIGHT, a comprehensive AIDS services organization.
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