Hannah Salomon is a senior research assistant at MAI. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Central Michigan University and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Education in Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology at The University of Pennsylvania.
At MAI, Ms. Salomon helps nonprofits and philanthropic organizations achieve their missions of improving the lives of others. Her evaluation work has included developing survey assessment tools for quantitative analysis for PowerCorps PHL, a local Philadelphia organization designed to support the City of Philadelphia’s environmental stewardship initiatives, youth violence prevention and workforce development priorities; as well as for the National CARES Mentoring Movement: The Rising program, which is aims to elevate education, expectations, and self-esteem through guided group mentoring curricula. Ms. Salomon is a team member on The Pew Fund Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s Youth Arts Initiative Evaluation, the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence Evaluation, and Play Everywhere Challenge.
Ms. Solomon’s other research experience includes data inventory analysis and data management for the Early Head Start program of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia at the Penn Child Research Center under the direction of Dr. John Fantuzzo.← Back to Staff