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Stephanie Kong, MA

Stephanie Kong, MA
Research Associate
(510) 835-1669 ext. 204

Stephanie Kong is a Research Associate at Public Profit. She is responsible for designing evaluation studies, managing implementation, conducting site visits, facilitating meetings and trainings, and authoring findings reports.

Stephanie leads number of Public Profit’s evaluations, including: an evaluation of publicly funded comprehensive after-school programs in West Contra Costa County Unified School District; an evaluation of Tipping Point Community’s Emerging Leaders Fellowship that is focused on developing a sustainable network and cohort of equity-centered leaders to serve and lead the their communities; an evaluation of the Museum of the African Diaspora’s MoAD in the Classroom program, which connects third graders to art enrichment and visual vocabulary; and an evaluation of Oasis for Girls, which partners with girls and young women of color from under-resourced communities to help them cultivate the skills, knowledge, and confidence to discover their dreams and build strong futures. Stephanie is the co-author of Dabbling in the Data, a compendium of hands-on data activities for teams to use to make meaning of information.

Prior to joining Public Profit, Stephanie was a program evaluation intern for Girls Inc. of Alameda County. Ms. Kong earned her BA degree in Psychology at the University of the Pacific, and her MA degree in Social Psychology and Evaluation at Claremont Graduate University. She speaks, reads, and writes at a basic level in Spanish and is always looking for opportunities to hone her language skills.