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Danyel Moosmann, Project Manager
Danyel Moosmann completed her doctoral training in the Family and Human Development program at Arizona State University (ASU). While she was completing her PhD, she worked at the Prevention Research Center studying Mexican American families. She primarily studied adolescents focusing on their romantic relationships and academic achievement. After graduating, she worked as a Planning Analyst for ASU’s Office of the University Provost examining influences on student outcomes to help inform University decisions. She has worked at TIER since January of 2016 and is responsible for leading the evaluation for the Summer Learning Collaborative (SLC) project. She is also a lead data analyst on secondary data analysis projects for the Massachusetts Healthy Families Evaluation Phase 2- Early Childhood. During her free time, she enjoys yoga and spending time with her husband and two rescue Yorkshire Terriers.
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