Elizabeth Axelrod is a lead programmer analyst in Abt’s U.S. Health division.
Axelrod has a bachelor’s in Psychology from Clark University and a certification from Keefe Technical Computer Training Program.
is a senior associate in Abt’s Social and Economic Policy division, where he conducts research in the areas of healthy marriage, economic self-sufficiency, housing, and homelessness. He specializes in the design and analysis of random assignment evaluations.
Gubits has a bachelor’s in anthropology from Brown University, an MBA and a master’s of public affairs from the University of Texas at Austin, and a doctorate in economics from Johns Hopkins University.
is a lead programmer analyst for Abt’s U.S. Health division and has more than 34 years of experience in data processing and social science research to support socio-economic, health-care related, nutritional intake, and utilization analyses in a variety of areas.
Hadden has a bachelor’s in English Literature from McGill University.
is an associate in Abt’s U.S. Health division.
Kling has a bachelor’s and a master’s in Economics from Boston College.
is a lead programmer analyst for Abt’s Environment and Resources division. He has more than ten years of professional experience in software development, database design, numerical analysis, and communications tools and has a special interest in the area of reproducibility and quality assurance.
Maier has a minor degree qualification (equivalent of a bachelor’s) in Computer Science and a Diplom-Physiker, (equivalent of a master’s) in Physics from Carl von Ossietzky University in Oldenburg, Germany.