Konrad, Ellen L.

(b. 1953, Los Angeles). M.S. Public Affairs, University of Oregon, Eugene; B.A. Psychology, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon.

Konrad started her professional and evaluation career as a federal presidential management intern at the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Over the course of her career, she has conducted evaluations in the public sector at the county, state, and federal government levels. Her main intellectual influences were Donald Campbell, Thomas Cook, Robert Boruch, Carol Weiss, Eleanor Chelimsky, Judith Gueron, and Joseph Wholey.

Along with Jules M. Marquart, Konrad was Coeditor of the Spring 1996 issue of New Directions for Evaluation (Vol. 69), “Evaluating Initiatives to Integrate Human Services.” A major focus of her work has been conceptualizing, characterizing, and evaluating human services integration initiatives. She ...

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