Julien Kouamé, Ph.D., Evaluation Expert
He earned a Bachelor of Art in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication from Manchester University; a Master of Public Health from the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University; and a Ph.D. in Research and Evaluation from Western Michigan University.
Julien Kouame is an Extension Specialist for Program Development and Evaluation at the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, Durham. He provides state-wide evaluation leadership to UNH Cooperative Extension program development. He joined Cooperative Extension in December 2015
Previously, he was Health Communication Specialist at Grady Hospital (Atlanta, GA), Research Assistant at the CDC malaria branch in Atlanta, GA. and Research Manager in the Community Research Institute at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy (Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan). He was responsible for the evaluations of various federal and local community interventions including the Early Learning Neighborhood Collaboration (ELNC), the LINC Community Revitalization funded by W.K. Kellogg and evaluation advisor for the Kent County Community Transformation Grant funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Julien Kouame is a member of the American Evaluation Association since 2006.
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