Claremont Graduate University (CGU) is very happy to announce the development of The Evaluators' Institute's (TEI) leadership team. This expansion is really a response to TEI's continued growth and development in the last two years.
Stewart Donaldson, the chief director of CGU's Claremont Evaluation Center-which can serve as TEI's home-will walk into the role of TEI director. He will work closely with Beeta Tahmassebi, director of strategic initiatives for TEI partner EnCompass, who'll continue overseeing the day-to-day operations and financial control over this program as director of operations. Donaldson and Tahmassebi is going to be based on Westat Vice President Debra J. Rugg, who will continue her role as TEI associate director of faculty affairs; EnCompass CEO/CGO Tessie Catsambas will assume the brand new role of associate director for outreach and development; and CGU Associate Professor of Evaluation and Applied Methods Tarek Azzam assists because the new associate director of student affairs. Alexandra Fernandez Jefferson continues to aid TEI as a project manager responsible for coordination and logistics.
The TEI team will work with faculty and board members to ensure that the institute supply the finest in evaluation training and capacity-building services.
TEI offers top-tier learning evaluation for beginning, mid-career, and advanced evaluation professionals. The institute aims to bolster evaluations across the globe by giving high-quality evaluation training to individuals and organizations.