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Six: the Evaluation of the Homeless Families Program: An Interview With Debra J. Rog

Introduction: At the time of this interview, Debra Rog was a senior research associate with Vanderbilt University's Institute for Public Policy Studies and Director of its Washington office. She is currently an associate director with Westat and Vice President of its nonprofit arm, The Rockville Institute. Dr. Rog has over 25 years of experience in research and evaluation, having conducted several other large-scale multisite evaluations following this Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJ)/U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) multisite effort. One of the multisite studies involved six quasiexperiments examining supported housing for persons with mental illness; a second involved a mix of eight experimental and quasi-experimental studies of interventions for homeless families headed by mothers with psychiatric and/or substance abuse conditions. Dr. Rog will serve as the president of the American Evaluation Association for 2009, is a recognized expert in evaluation and applied research design, and has served Applied ...

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