Pamela MacDougall is a Project Coordinator with the Health and Justice Program at WestEd.
As a member of the Health and Justice Program, MacDougall organizes and monitors field research, schedules interviews and project activities, develops online questionnaires, analyzes and synthesizes survey data, contributes to evaluation reports and proposals, and conducts background research and basic quantitative and qualitative data analysis. She also works with project staff to develop and maintain databases to manage, and present and organize information and data. She frequently reviews and codes data and documents, such as research studies and interview data.
MacDougall is the project coordinator for several federally funded projects including an RCT evaluation of the Healthy U program in Oregon Juvenile Justice Facilities and the OJJDP funded evaluation of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. On these projects, MacDougall works closely with Project Directors to ensure that project staff adhere to project timelines and federal reporting guidelines.
Her previous projects have included the Evaluation of the More than a Dream, Teen Pregnancy Prevention program, where she managed the distribution of survey incentives and coordinates follow-up communication with participants and the SurveyWorks! Project to design, implement, and report on a suite of online surveys for all students, parents, teachers, and administrators in Rhode Island. She helped site coordinators implement the surveys, ensuring that they were trained in the implementation process.
In 2010, she received the Ed Myers award for Exceptional Contribution to the WestEd Community.
She received a BS in liberal arts with a concentration in legal ethics from Salem State University.