jeremy [a t] steamworkgroup.com
Using his knowledge and experience in the arts, culture, education, technology, and evaluation fields, Jeremy (he/him) has collaborated with cultural arts and science organizations since 2008 to help them evaluate their work and goals to make them more meaningful and useful. With teaching and evaluation experiences complementing his training in ethnomusicology, Jeremy uses a flexible, syncretic, collaborative, and multidisciplinary approach, regardless of the particular hat worn at the time.
Jeremy is active in local and national evaluation and research associations and is also serving on the leadership council for Multiethnic Issues in Evaluation TIG as part of his passion for equity and improving the field. As a practice partner - with emphasis on practice - he enthusiastically applies the Equitable Evaluation Framework™ (EEF), which "seeks to reimagine the purpose and practice of evaluation by seeding and growing a field to advance equity and expand notions of validity, objectivity, rigor, and embrace complexity."
Besides his work as founder and principal at STEAM Workgroup, Jeremy usually working on several DIY projects going (building furniture, assembling circuit boards), improving his skills to fix something he previously “fixed” (brake calipers, R packages), or outside trying to convince various plants and animals to make food.