Aimee Collins, LSW, MSW
Ms. Collins has been with Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs since 2006. Ms. Collins conducts project evaluations in the realms of education, public health and social service. Prior to joining the Voinovich School in 2006, she worked in the child welfare field with experience in juvenile justice and special needs adoption. She coordinated the evaluation work of Ohio Project LAUNCH, a five-year SAMHSA funded program that included the integration of services for children, birth through age eight and a partnership between state policy makers and local service providers in southeast Ohio through 2014. Ms. Collins currently serves as the Liaison to the Southeast Ohio Regional Prevention Council where service providers and community members assess community needs, plan strategies, implement and evaluate services to prevent child abuse and neglect in the 13-county region.
Margaret Hutzel, MPA
Senior Project Manager
Ms. Hutzel is a Senior Project Manager with Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs. Since 1999 she has been part of a research team evaluating a variety of health and education initiatives affecting Ohio’s children and families. She is the lead evaluator for a statewide effort to address pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection prevention among vulnerable youth. She also leads an evaluation of the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative-Personalized Learning Network- a consortium of 27 K-12 schools collaborating to improve education outcomes.