Jill Warwick, BA
Jill has been a member of the RGI team since 2015. She began evaluating Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Center grants across Washington state, supporting Out-of-School-Time programs in fulfilling grant-required data collection and reporting. She also worked to help staff connect with their data to improve and adjust practices to provide positive, safe, and inclusive programs and relationships for youth and their families. During that time, Jill was endorsed as an External Assessor, using the Youth and School-Age Program Quality Assessment Tools to perform multiple activity observations each fall. For a short time, she was an endorsed facilitator of the David P. Weikart Center Youth Work Method Series, providing opportunities for staff to experiment with safe, supportive, interactive, and engaging best-practices.
Jill works on a variety of evaluation projects, striving to assist staff in taking ownership of their program data. She is a member of the GEAR UP Evaluation Team, continuing data collection, monitoring, and reporting tasks alongside project directors, while performing virtual program visits and supporting site managers. As part of the Rural Alaska Project Evaluation Team, Jill evaluates an Alaska Native Education program and a Teacher and School Leader Incentive. This work is completed with multiple software platforms to work remotely and collaboratively with rural Alaskan school district grantees. She also evaluates a Hispanic-Serving Institutions grant locally in the Yakima Valley. Other tasks include project planning and management, data visualization, survey creation and administration, editing, and virtual and live meeting facilitation.
Jill graduated from Prosser High School and after graduation, worked as the Education and Technology Coordinator for the Prosser Boys & Girls Club. In 2014, Jill graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and in 2022, received her Master of Science in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning from Boise State University.