Diane Boyd is an experienced evaluator and manager. She has designed and fielded evaluations of the Department of Defense Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Knowledge Translation Program, the Department of Veterans Affairs Integrated Disability Evaluation System, and, for the U.S. Bureau of the Census, an evaluation of the 2010 Census in Schools and Partnership Program. Diane also has experience guiding clinical subject matter expert work groups in producing recommendations to the Navy Surgeon General on the future of Navy Medicine, and implementing and directing an Evidence-Based Medicine method used to write medical and dental policy for the Texas Medicaid and Healthcare Partnership.
Diane’s areas of expertise include public opinion measurement, policy analysis, quantitative and qualitative analysis methods, military health, veterans’ programs, persons with disabilities, seniors and caregiving, and human subjects protection. Diane is always seeking new things to learn and new ways to excel.
At Powell Strategies, Diane devotes her talents to supporting the Strategic Policy Council of the Veterans Health Administration’s Office of Policy and Planning.
Diane earned degrees in Anthropology from UCLA (Ph.D.) and from Western Michigan University (MA). She received her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI.
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