CCHE team


CCHE is known for our customized evaluations

Our team’s expertise spans the fields of public health, economics, anthropology, health administration, organizational development, public policy, epidemiology, information science,  urban planning, educati­on, and communications. We are proficient in a wide range of analytic methods, so you can count on getting timely, useful results. 

As part of Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, CCHE collaborates with investigators, biostatisticians, and programmers. In addition, we maintain affiliations with nationally recognized experts who serve as evaluation advisors. 

CCHE TEAM

Jones_Maggie_92x115.jpgMaggie Jones, MPH
Director

Maggie.E.Jones@kp.org
206-287-4604

Maggie became CCHE's director in July 2018. For several years she provided oversight of CCHE’s portfolio of evaluation projects as CCHE associate director. She leads many of our large scale evaluation efforts related to community health improvement, clinical quality improvement, health policy, health equity, and public health training programs. Maggie’s work has focused on providing health-related organizations with the information, tools and resources they need to more effectively achieve their goals and build their evaluation capacity. She holds a BS in business from the University of Minnesota and an MPH from the University of Washington.


Arora_Natasha__92x115.jpgNatasha Arora, MS
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Natasha.B.Arora@kp.org

Natasha has interests in quantitative analysis, mixed-methods evaluations, and equity of care for minoritized children and families.  She has a BA in applied mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley and a Master’s in speech-language pathology from the University of Washington. She has practiced clinically as a speech-language pathologist with a focus on pediatric neurodevelopmental disorders and assistive technology.


Bourcier_Emily__92x115.jpgEmily Bourcier, MPH, MHA
Senior Evaluation & Learning Consultant

Emily.A.Bourcier@kp.org
206-287-2035

Emily has been with CCHE since 2002 and has managed personnel systems and internal relations since 2011. As a principal investigator, Emily also oversees several of CCHE's evaluation projects, including large-scale, multi-year evaluations. She brings over 15 years of evaluation consulting experience on initiatives to improve health equity using mixed-methods designs and facilitates strategic learning about community health investments. Emily holds a BA in biological sciences from Smith College, and an MPH and MHA from the University of Washington.


Cahill_Carol__92x115.jpgCarol Cahill, MLS
Communication & Analytics Consultant

Carol.L.Cahill@kp.org
 

Carol has a background in information science and secondary data analysis, as well as expertise in geographic information systems (GIS) and visualization of data. Her work at CCHE has focused on clinical-community linkages as well as community health needs assessments. She received her masters in library and information science from the University of Washington and earned certificates in GIS and data visualization, also from UW.


Cheadle_Allen__92x115.jpg Allen Cheadle, PhD
Former Director & KPWHRI Senior Investigator

Allen.D.Cheadle@kp.org
206-287-4391

Allen was CCHE's director from 2011 to June 2018. His interests include policy and environmental approaches to obesity prevention. For the past several years he has overseen the evaluation of Kaiser Permanente’s Community Health Initiatives in 50 communities nationwide. Allen seeks to continue and expand CCHE’s work in evaluating community initiatives, working with foundations to build the capacity of community-based organizations, and helping safety-net organizations improve the care they provide in underserved communities. Allen holds a PhD in economics from the University of California, Berkeley. Learn more about Allen’s research interests and experience.


Dinh_Crystal_92x115.jpgCrystal Dinh, MPH
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Crystal.X.Dinh@kp.org

Crystal has a background in public health programming, research, and stakeholder engagement. Her interests include analyzing health disparities, advancing health equity, and data analysis. Crystal earned an MPH from the Colorado School of Public Health with a concentration in Global Health and Health Disparities.


Goemer_Eric__81x115.jpgEric Goemer, BA
Research Support Specialist

Eric.J.Goemer@kp.org
206-287-4277

Eric provides administrative support to the CCHE team and its projects. His interests include public health policy and health disparities. He earned a BA in journalism and public relations from the University of Minnesota.


Hertel_Erin__92x115.jpgErin Hertel, MPA
Senior Evaluation & Learning Consultant

Erin.M.Hertel@kp.org
206-287-4272

Erin has a background in public policy, advocacy, project management and evaluation. Her interests include how communities work together to improve population health and influence policy, as well as how health systems are responding to the changing environment and patient needs. Erin earned her masters in public affairs from the University of Washington.


Elena KuoElena Kuo, PhD, MPH
Senior Evaluation & Learning Consultant

Elena.S.Kuo@kp.org
206-287-2951

Elena’s primary focus at CCHE is strategy-level coordination for the multi-site Kaiser Permanente Community Health Initiatives for Healthy Eating Active Living. She has a long-standing interest in health education and improving health outcomes for minority and marginalized populations. Elena earned her MPH and PhD from the University of Washington’s public health epidemiology program.


Lee_Abbie_92x115.jpgAbbie Lee, MPH
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Abbie.N.Lee@kp.org

Abbie has a background in community organizing, planning, and policy development across social determinants of health. She is invested in leveraging evaluation to advance health equity among historically marginalized and vulnerable populatoins. Abbie earned her MPH from the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.


Levitz_Carly__92x115.jpgCarly Levitz, MPH
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Carly.E.Levitz@kp.org
206-287-2488

Carly has a background in quantitative analysis and special interest in communicating results in ways that engage stakeholders. Her research interests include reducing disparities in quality of care and health outcomes.  Carly earned her MPH from the University of Washington’s Health Metrics and Evaluation program and her BA in medical sociology and statistics from the University of Pennsylvania.


Matthys_Juno__92x115.jpgJuno Matthys, BS
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Juno.F.Matthys@kp.org
206-287-4389

Juno joined the CCHE team in 2009 and has since worked on over 60 projects. Her work has mainly focused on evaluating community based obesity prevention, school based health, parental vaccine hesitancy, and community-clinic linkage programs. Juno also oversees the budget for nearly 20 projects. She earned a BS in health ecology from the University of Nevada, Reno.


Miller_Creagh__92x115.jpgCreagh Miller, MPH
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Creagh.M.Miller@kp.org
206-287-4390

Creagh has a background in health education, training, program planning, and project management. In the past she has planned, implemented and evaluated a variety of projects focused on underserved communities and sexual/reproductive health. Creagh earned her MPH at San Jose State University.


Phan_Kathy__92x115.jpgKathy Phan, MPH, MIA
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Kathy.X.Phan@kp.org
206-287-2020

Kathy has a background in public policy, global health, community organizing, and financial management. Her interests include improving health outcomes for marginalized and underserved populations, cross-sector collaborations, and early education programs. Kathy earned an MPH and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University.  


Sanchez_Monika_3_92x115.jpgMonika Sanchez, MSc
Evaluation & Learning Associate

Monika.A.Sanchez@kp.org
206-287-2932

Monika has a background in economics, public policy, education, and community research. Her interests include health and wellness in schools, early childhood and family support, and cross-sector community collaborations. Monika received her master’s degree from the Department of Social Policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 


Schafer_Lisa__92x115.jpgLisa Schafer, MPH
Senior Evaluation & Learning Consultant

Lisa.M.Schafer@kp.org
206-287-4378

At CCHE, Lisa manages a number of evaluations related to philanthropic grantmaking and clinical quality improvement. Her past experience includes evaluation of a malaria prevention intervention in rural Ghana and a project targeting metabolic syndrome among Latino communities in Idaho. She received her MPH in community-oriented public health practice from the University of Washington.


Evaluation consultants

CCHE works with a number of experienced consultants who provide evaluation services and technical assistance at the local level.

CALIFORNIA

Laura Keene, MPH
laura@keene-insights.com
Laura is working with CCHE to evaluate Kaiser Permanente's HEAL Zones initiative in Southern California.

Suzanne Rauzon, MPH
srauzon@ucanr.edu
Suzanne is affiliated with the Nutrition Policy Institute at the University of California.  She is an evaluator for Kaiser Permanente Community Health Initiatives in Northern California and nationally.

 

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CCHE team members paint our favorite mountain at our annual team-building retreat in September 2019


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CCHE "adopts" a street in our neighborhood

CCHE team members get ready to clean up trash from sidewalks near our downtown Seattle office as part of the city's Adopt-A-Street program.


Our values

Excellence: Providing services and products that are useful, timely, clear, and adhere to the highest ethical and methodological standards.

Collaboration: Ensuring stakeholders’ needs are met and diverse interests and values are represented through all phases of the project.

Empowerment: Connecting communities and clients with tools and resources that build capacity, foster learning and increase mutual respect and equity.

Respect: Honoring the role, potential, and power of individuals and communities to improve health.

Creativity: Seeking new and innovative ways to increase the quality and impact of our work.

Innovation: Pursuing new approaches, techniques, and solutions to planning, assessment, and evaluation in order to improve the quality of our work.

Progress: Promoting program improvement and policy change through measurement of realistic outcomes, data-based decision-making, and ongoing feedback. 


Contact CCHE

cche@kp.org 206-287-2035