Ms. Mueller received her bachelor of arts degree from the University of Michigan in Anthropology, Latin American & Caribbean Studies, and Sociology with high honors and high distinction. She is currently a candidate for the master of arts program in Latin American Studies at the University of Chicago and anticipates beginning a juris doctor in fall 2021.
Also notable: She is proficient in both Spanish and Portuguese.
Nicole Mueller brings to PPA a growing experience with data evaluation and qualitative analysis.
She has experience managing the day-to-day operations for community-based research and evaluation projects focused on systems improvement and interventions for health behavior change.
Ms. Mueller has been a research assistant at both Michigan State University (Department of Psychology) and the University of Colorado School of Medicine (Department of Psychiatry). She has also been a Departmental Analyst at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), Workforce Transformation & Engagement Section. While at MDHHS, she conducted process improvements, supported MDHHS strategic planning, and managed the department’s annual Employee Engagement Survey efforts.
Ms. Mueller leverages her experience in data and evaluation to ensure timely, accurate data collection and analysis.