President, EvalWorks LLC
- Published Works
- Curriculum Vitae (.doc)
a M.S. in Education Administration (Tennessee State University), and a Ph.D. in Education
Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). In
2008 she earned a Certificate in Survey Methodology through the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill.
Dr. Germuth relies on her experience as a former high school mathematics teacher and
elementary and middle school administrator to design, manage, and conduct formative and
summative evaluations of PreK-20 education initiatives at the local, state, and national levels.
Much of her work involves science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) initiatives as
well as initiatives related to student achievement and teacher quality. She has consulted for The
Evaluation Center and Horizon Research, Inc. on National Science Foundation (NSF) STEM
initiatives and for the Center of Teaching Quality and New Teacher Center on teacher quality
initiatives. Current and former clients include the US Education Department, The Bill and
Melinda Gates Foundation, The Pew Charitable Trust, New York State Education Department,
and Chicago Public Schools.
Dr. Germuth is the author of multiple papers and reports and currently is co-authoring a chapter
for New Directions in Evaluation on quantitative displays of data. She regularly conducts
evaluation and survey training workshops around the country including for Duke University and
the American Evaluation Association Center for Disease Control Summer Evaluation Institute.
In 2009 Dr. Germuth presented a workshop on survey quality at the Australia Evaluation
Society’s annual conference in Canberra, AU. Dr. Germuth is a committed participant in the
American Evaluation Association, serving both as a former Board Committee Member, Chair of
the Independent Consulting Topical Interest Group, and current Chair of the Data Visualization
and Reporting Topical Interest Group.