A nice bird in the yard

The bottom line up front

We want things to get better. We want things to improve.

At the Dawn Chorus Group, we do community-based research and evaluation. This means that we look for ways to improve conditions on the ground by better understanding these conditions. Everyone should have the opportunity to live happy and healthy lives.

Let’s do that at scale. In addition to participatory evaluation process, we also look to leverage recent advances in technology and data science to understand the patterns and complexities that impact our work.

Of course, we couldn’t do this work without many friends and well wishers. Shout outs to collaborators both past and present, in no particular order: Somava Saha and WE in the World, The Institute for Healthcare Improvement, the 100 Million Healthier Lives group, the Wandersman Center, The GTO team at RAND Corporation, The Center for Implementation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Envest Asset Management , Resrvoir, the Finger Lakes Law and Social Policy Center, Serve and Connect, Mind Development and Design, the O’Pake Institute, the Kutztown Small Business Development Center, the TecBRIDGE mentors, Made Manifest Design, and many more.

But, if you need to know about me, I’m active on twitter, and my linkedin is pretty current,