Gina Misch has been utilizing data analysis tools to improve the outcomes of social services, health organizations, and businesses since 1997. Her many years of project management and data analytics have given her expertise in the fields of economic development, program and process evaluation, social and policy research, business development, child, youth, and family services, mental health, developmental services, and grant writing.
When she is not crunching numbers or creating great data visualizations, Gina teaches at community colleges in the subjects of statistics, sociology, and psychology. She holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Southern California (a loyal Trojan fan) and Master of Arts in Sociology from Humboldt State University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from UC Irvine.
At HSRC, Gina is the project lead for the evaluation of San Diego County's Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) programs and the California American Indian Tobacco Initiative. She provides assistance to a variety of other projects through evaluation design, program support, data management, provider training, quantitative and qualitative analysis, and reporting. Additionally, she serves as an intern supervisor supporting continued learning for college students.