Principal consultant and founder of Lund-Chaix Consulting, Alisha A. Lund-Chaix, Ph.D., has more than ten years of experience in evaluation and research. Her work includes everything from evaluation planning and research design to drafting and presenting final reports. She has extensive training and experience in quantitative designs, enabling her to approach her work holistically and integrate information and data from many sources. She has enjoyed working with multi-site programs, large national organizations, emerging organizations, grassroots organizations, public agencies, schools, and higher education institutions.
Dr. Lund-Chaix has more than 15 years of experience in education and nonprofit and voluntary programs, including advocacy, administration, and evaluation. Since 2005, Dr. Lund-Chaix has been teaching classes and training seminars for adult learners. Classes and trainings have included the theory and practice of nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations, leadership, accountability, and evaluation and research methods. Dr. Lund-Chaix teaches for Adler University’s Master in Nonprofit Management program, and Portland State University’s Division of Public Administration.
She holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration and Policy from the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government, with fields emphasizing nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations, evaluation, and public policy. She also holds a Master of Urban Studies from the Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning.