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New Tech Evaluation Staff

Brooke Culclasure
Brooke Culclasure is the Center for Education Policy and Leadership's Research Director. Currently, Dr. Culclasure oversees the Center’s Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative and serves as the Principal Investigator of the South Carolina Public School Montessori study, the Overcoming Obstacles Life Skills Program evaluation, and the South Carolina Project-Based Learning evaluation. She also currently serves as a lead evaluator for the United Way of Greenville County's OnTrack Greenville Initiative and served from 2012-2014 as an evaluator for the Florida Race to the Top federal grant. She completed her B.A. at the University of Richmond and earned masters degrees from the University of Virginia and University of South Carolina and her Ph.D. from the University of Virginia.
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Alexis Sprogis
Alexis Sprogis joined the Riley team in 2008. She is currently a Research Specialist with the Center for Education Policy and Leadership, where she is responsible for assisting with data collection, instrument and report creation, research logistics, and database compilation associated with several research projects, including the South Carolina Public School Montessori study, the Overcoming Obstacles Life Skills Program evaluation and the education model evaluation funded by the Education Oversight Committee. She received a B.A. from Winthrop University in 2006 and is in the process of earning her M.A. at the University of Nebraska (Kearney).
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Our co-researchers on this project Drs. Eric Stocks and Mike Odell, University of Texas (Tyler) 


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Mary Lewis
Mary Lewis is a Junior psychology major with a focus in Spanish. She is from Melbourne, Florida. On campus, she is president of the Admission Ambassador Organization and the Campus Chapter Officer for Delta Delta Delta sorority. Some of her favorite things include: Gilmore Girls, golfing, and anything miniature and adorable (i.e. babies and puppies).