ETR Staff

CORRE ROBINSON, M.S., PhD ABD (President and Chief Executive Officer) has over 15 years of experience conducting program evaluation and national technical assistance, database review and design, quantitative data analysis, and reporting for non-profit organizations and government institutions. Mr. Robinson has served as Project Manager for numerous evaluations, including the LEAD DeKalb REACH initiative, and provided technical assistance to grantees in states throughout the country. His recent work involves evaluating health disparities and assessing racial equity interventions for various institutions, including CDC, NIH, NSF, and several colleges and universities targeting health disparities.

JEN GATHINGS, PhD (Senior Research Associate) has led evaluation data collection, analysis, reporting, and project management for numerous public health-related initiatives including health impact assessments of HB2/HB142 legislation and paid leave policies for NC workers, the LEAD DeKalb REACH initiative and evaluations of Model Campus Tool and UNC-Greensboro’s Campus Violence Response Center. Examples of formative public health works include developing Racial Justice and Equity Guidelines for the Sex Education Collaborative and partnering with Wake County Human Service to collect, analyze, and report data needed to plan and implement a new Men’s Health Clinic in Wake County. Dr. Gathings  has led reporting for a number of evaluation and applied research projects and has published findings from qualitative and quantitative studies in peer-reviewed journals.

KESHIA MARTIN, M.Ed, M.S., PhD ABD (Senior Research Associate) is an ETR Senior Research Associate specializing in collective impact evaluation, educational research methodology and mixed methods evaluations. Ms. Martin brings cultural competency evaluation expertise having worked on community-based participatory research (CBPR) teams and has lengthy experience in instrument validation and data analysis. She has lead the design and implementation of many projects including, the DeKalb County Board of Health (Georgia) Lactation Support Services evaluation, Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium, Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation of North Carolina, and the National Charity League to name a few.

ADEYEMO ADETOGUN, M.S., M.S. (Senior Research Associate) is both a physicist and experienced evaluator trained in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods. Mr. Adetogun has led translation research evaluations for university and health settings, and assisted various stakeholders with analyses and interpretations of data. Currently, Adeyemo works as a Graduate Research Assistant for STAMPS (Science, Technology, And Math Preparation Scholarship), a UNC-G program funded by the National Science Foundation S-STEM program. Other projects include the PHSSCA (Piedmont Health Services and Sickle Cell Agency) evaluation, a non-profit, community-based preventive health and outreach agency that serves seven counties in North Carolina, evaluation of UNCG’s Transforming Teaching through Technology (T4) program, a K-12 educative initiative focused on leveraging emerging technology to enhance the teaching and learning of future K-12 educators, and DREAM STEM (Driving Research, Entrepreneurship, and Academics through Mastering STEM), a project that takes an innovative approach to attracting, retaining, and training underrepresented minority students in science degree programs at NCCU (North Carolina Central University).

All ETR Staff are proficient and up-to-date on data collection and analysis techniques and applications including:

  • Fieldwork, including evaluation site visits to conduct participant observation, and semi-structured interviews
  • Database design and liason for client self-reporting via Web and LANs, including both quantitative and qualitative fields
  • Data handling & statistical analysis using SAS, SPSS, Microsoft Excel
  • Database development, coordination, technical assistance and confidential data handling for non-profit organizations and government agencies
  • Certification in best practices for research involving human subjects, IRB review preparation and approval processes
  • Cultural responsiveness, equity, diversity, and inclusion.