Mark Waller, Senior Cost Analyst/Grants Manager and Benefits Administrator at NPC Research, specializes in the gathering and management of cost and utilization data, cost analysis, and the coordination of research efforts, along with grants and project budget management. He oversees bookkeeping operations, and manages grants and company benefits as well as other HR and administrative duties.
Mr. Waller has worked in the areas of youth mentoring and gang prevention, early literacy programs, environmental projects, and drug court evaluations. His current work includes process, cost, and outcome evaluations for four family drug courts in Ohio, an evaluation of Re-Entry Courts across the nation funded under the Second Chance Act, and a cost and outcome evaluation of Healthy Start programs in Oregon.
Mr. Waller is experienced in coordinating research and evaluation efforts and conducting cost analysis, providing direct assistance to Senior Research Associates. His primary responsibilities include data management of large administrative databases, coordinating data collection efforts, collecting and analyzing cost and utilization data, evaluation and research planning, supervising staff, instrument development, creating data storage systems and databases, conducting key informant interviews, and drafting and editing reports.
Mr. Waller earned his Bachelor of Arts in Geography at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
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