Lisa Lundquist, M.A.

Research Associate
Lisa Lundquist, M.A., is a research associate for Advocates for Human Potential’s (AHP's) Center for Research and Evaluation, with 10 years of experience contributing to research in the fields of behavioral health, criminal justice, and education. Over the course of her career, she has worked on a variety of research projects funded by federal, state, and local agencies, where she designed data collection tools, cleaned and managed large datasets, performed qualitative and quantitative analysis, and summarized analytic results in reports and presentations. Before joining AHP, Ms. Lundquist was employed by the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where she worked on multiple projects funded by federal and state agencies such as the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Massachusetts Executive Office of the Trial Court, and Massachusetts Department of Mental Health. She has additional experience working on a national cross-site evaluation of the Minority AIDS Initiative at Human Services Research Institute in Cambridge, MA, and a national training and technical assistance (T/TA) center developing resources and trainings to support states in building substance use prevention systems. She is an experienced writer and researcher, with proficiency in Dedoose, Drupal, HTML, MailChimp, REDCap, Survey Monkey, SPSS, STATA, and SQL. Ms. Lundquist received her B.A. in psychology and M.A. in criminal justice from the University of Massachusetts Lowell.





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