Ms. Reichel is a skilled coordinator, researcher, and facilitator with strong experience in qualitative data collection and analysis, survey design, and reporting.
Her areas of interest include program evaluation and development in the juvenile and criminal justice systems, creating equitable systems change, and the impact of policy on outcomes for diverse populations. She prioritizes utilizing culturally responsive and equitable approaches in her work.
Before joining PPA, Ms. Reichel facilitated collaborative monitoring and evaluation activities with nonprofit organizations in her internship roles at Small Talk Children’s Advocacy Center and Child and Family Charities. Her work included designing and implementing surveys, logic models, and data-collection protocols. She contributed to community-based research examining health equity, with her work including qualitative data management and analysis. Ms. Reichel also was an assistant with Michigan State University’s Adolescent Diversion Program (ADP) where she instructed undergraduate students working with youth involved in the juvenile justice system and managed student reporting systems.
Clients value Ms. Reichel’s attention to detail, strong communication, and commitment to supporting them in reaching their goals.