Our Team

The LeCroy & Milligan Associates’ team includes evaluators, research assistants, computer specialists, quality assurance and training specialists, and data entry specialists. The team members have professional backgrounds in psychology, social work, public health, juvenile justice, education, public administration, family studies, and management information systems. Using experienced staff who specialize in various functions and possess a wide range of knowledge in human services allows us to design and implement research studies, evaluations, and training with a high degree of quality.

Various team members have knowledge and experience that includes program development, program implementation, strategic planning, and program research and evaluation. This enables us to understand the theoretical and practical issues involved in human services and to conduct objective research based on sound methodology grounded in the real world of practice. Moreover, our work is not dependent on one person, but rather involves an entire team, which provides clients with additional assurance that our work will be completed in a timely and efficient manner.

Select a Team Member on the left to view their bio.

Pamela Hill, BS, MPH

Research Assistant
pamela@lecroymilligan.com

Pamela Hill, MPH, is a Research Assistant with LeCroy & Milligan Associates, Inc.  She has worked in a variety of qualitative and quantitative research settings in the public health sector across socio-behavioral, clinical and educational domains since 2002. She brings a breadth of experience in all phases of research design, implementation, evaluation, analysis and reporting and has led multidisciplinary teams as project manager.  Since joining LeCroy & Milligan Associates in 2018, Ms. Hill has contributed to facilitation and planning efforts for the collective impact projects of the State Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC) funded by ADHS.  She has served as team member in the Be A Leader education project to transition youth to post-secondary education evaluation. Ms. Hill serves as the main report writer for Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Statewide Systems of Care Practice Review process, which ensures that behavioral health practice is being implemented according to the Arizona 12 Principles and the Child and Family Team (CFT) Practice Protocol.  She has conducted focus groups for a statewide substance abuse prevention needs assessment implemented for AHCCCS among minority and specialty groups of LGBTQ, veterans and elderly populations.

Previously, Ms. Hill assisted in the Clean Home and Air Project (CHAIR), a socio-behavioral intervention comparing in-home and in-clinic education through data management and education of children and teens about medical, behavioral and environmental asthma mitigation. The Study resulted in dramatic reduction in severe asthmatic episodes in both groups. She has additional experience as data manager and analyst in the evaluation component of the Services Tobacco Addiction Reduction (STAR) Project, a tobacco cessation training project of the Department of Community and Family Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center.  The Project trained health and service professionals to conduct brief interventions by their work and community environments with clients, co-workers and friends.  Ms. Hill has also worked in clinical trials as Research Associate and data manager for macular degeneration device studies, as a Research Specialist and analyst in various oncology pharmaceutical studies, and as a project manager in data management process analysis and qualitative data collection of transplant services. Ms. Hill has conducted research for her Master’s thesis in Public Health on the association of combinations of early childhood wheeze and dermal allergies among asthmatic youths in relation to lung development upon adolescence using the UA Arizona Children’s Respiratory Study cohorts.  Results indicate an interactive effect of the comorbidities that are associated with a decrease in lung capacity but not lung function.

Ms. Hill has a B.S. in Biology, M.P.H in Epidemiology. 

Our Team

The LeCroy & Milligan Associates’ team includes evaluators, research assistants, computer specialists, quality assurance and training specialists, and data entry specialists. The team members have professional backgrounds in psychology, social work, public health, juvenile justice, education, public administration, family studies, and management information systems. Using experienced staff who specialize in various functions and possess a wide range of knowledge in human services allows us to design and implement research studies, evaluations, and training with a high degree of quality.

Various team members have knowledge and experience that includes program development, program implementation, strategic planning, and program research and evaluation. This enables us to understand the theoretical and practical issues involved in human services and to conduct objective research based on sound methodology grounded in the real world of practice. Moreover, our work is not dependent on one person, but rather involves an entire team, which provides clients with additional assurance that our work will be completed in a timely and efficient manner.

Select a Team Member on the left to view their bio.

Pamela Hill, BS, MPH

Research Assistant
pamela@lecroymilligan.com

Pamela Hill, MPH, is a Research Assistant with LeCroy & Milligan Associates, Inc.  She has worked in a variety of qualitative and quantitative research settings in the public health sector across socio-behavioral, clinical and educational domains since 2002. She brings a breadth of experience in all phases of research design, implementation, evaluation, analysis and reporting and has led multidisciplinary teams as project manager.  Since joining LeCroy & Milligan Associates in 2018, Ms. Hill has contributed to facilitation and planning efforts for the collective impact projects of the State Nutrition Action Committee (SNAC) funded by ADHS.  She has served as team member in the Be A Leader education project to transition youth to post-secondary education evaluation. Ms. Hill serves as the main report writer for Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) Statewide Systems of Care Practice Review process, which ensures that behavioral health practice is being implemented according to the Arizona 12 Principles and the Child and Family Team (CFT) Practice Protocol.  She has conducted focus groups for a statewide substance abuse prevention needs assessment implemented for AHCCCS among minority and specialty groups of LGBTQ, veterans and elderly populations.

Previously, Ms. Hill assisted in the Clean Home and Air Project (CHAIR), a socio-behavioral intervention comparing in-home and in-clinic education through data management and education of children and teens about medical, behavioral and environmental asthma mitigation. The Study resulted in dramatic reduction in severe asthmatic episodes in both groups. She has additional experience as data manager and analyst in the evaluation component of the Services Tobacco Addiction Reduction (STAR) Project, a tobacco cessation training project of the Department of Community and Family Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center.  The Project trained health and service professionals to conduct brief interventions by their work and community environments with clients, co-workers and friends.  Ms. Hill has also worked in clinical trials as Research Associate and data manager for macular degeneration device studies, as a Research Specialist and analyst in various oncology pharmaceutical studies, and as a project manager in data management process analysis and qualitative data collection of transplant services. Ms. Hill has conducted research for her Master’s thesis in Public Health on the association of combinations of early childhood wheeze and dermal allergies among asthmatic youths in relation to lung development upon adolescence using the UA Arizona Children’s Respiratory Study cohorts.  Results indicate an interactive effect of the comorbidities that are associated with a decrease in lung capacity but not lung function.

Ms. Hill has a B.S. in Biology, M.P.H in Epidemiology.