Founded by Dr. Bernadette Wright

Bernadette has 20 years’ research and program evaluation experience. She has conducted and led research for government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and businesses throughout the U.S. in health, aging and disability, education, inter-racial dialogue, and other topics. She is currently co-writing a textbook with Sage Publications on “causal knowledge mapping,” a technique for assessing and improving your knowledge gained. Her work has appeared in publications such as Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Evaluation, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and SAGEOpen. She also frequently provides training on evaluation, such as a Special Program at Foundation Center DC, a half-day professional development workshop at the 2016 American Evaluation Association conference, and a webinar with Grant Professionals Association. She earned her PhD in public policy/program evaluation from the University of Maryland.

Meaningful Evidence is a Small Business Administration certified Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business.