Jimmy GreenResearch Staff
Research Project Manager
Research Design, Predictive Analysis, Data Collection and Management, Performance Measurement, Program Evaluation, Alternative Education, Career and Technical Education, Logic Models, Theories of Change
Jimmy Green is a Research Project Manager at the Heldrich Center. He is primarily responsible for managing aspects of New Jersey’s centralized longitudinal data system, the New Jersey Education to Earnings Data System.
Jimmy has primarily worked as a leader in performance measurement and evaluation for public and nonprofit organizations serving youth, with a focus in alternative education programs serving disengaged and disconnected youth, including Domus Kids, Newark Public Schools, and the Newark Opportunity Youth Network. He has conducted numerous studies — from quasi-experimental evaluations of youth program interventions, summative and formative analyses of student academic, social emotional, and workforce performance. He also has experience developing performance measurement systems that have aided organizations in becoming data driven and evidence based.
Jimmy holds a B.A. in Economics from Colorado State University and a Master’s in Public Administration from the School of Public Affairs and Administration at Rutgers University.