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.

Steven Wind, Ph.D.

Senior Evaluation Associate
steven@lecroymilligan.com

Steven Wind has worked in a variety of qualitative research settings over the last 10 years and brings strong expertise in qualitative research methods.  Since joining LeCroy & Milligan Associates in 2008, Steven has been lead evaluator for education, behavioral health, social service, and criminal justice evaluation projects.  Some of his projects have included the evaluation of a Native American dropout prevention program, an evaluation of project to increase participation by the elderly and Hispanics in the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program, evaluation and strategic planning support for the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness, several needs and assets assessment for regional early childhood councils, and an evaluation of implementation of training for teachers adopting the Arizona Core Curriculum standards.  

Previously, Dr. Wind conducted research for his Master’s thesis on Tibetan torture survivors living in north India, as well as a household study to examine child labor in south India. He also served as a research assistant on the Perceptions of Asthma Study conducted by the Arizona Respiratory Center, in Yup’ik Eskimo villages of the Yukon-Kuskokwim delta of southwest Alaska.  Dr. Wind served as a Research Assistant on the qualitative research component of Project REACH, a tobacco cessation training project of the Department of Community and Family Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. The study compared the efficacy of classroom and web-based training that teaches health professionals and members of the general public how to conduct brief interventions to help clients, friends, and family members quit using tobacco.

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.

Steven Wind, Ph.D.

Senior Evaluation Associate
steven@lecroymilligan.com

Steven Wind has worked in a variety of qualitative research settings over the last 10 years and brings strong expertise in qualitative research methods.  Since joining LeCroy & Milligan Associates in 2008, Steven has been lead evaluator for education, behavioral health, social service, and criminal justice evaluation projects.  Some of his projects have included the evaluation of a Native American dropout prevention program, an evaluation of project to increase participation by the elderly and Hispanics in the Supplementary Nutrition Assistance Program, evaluation and strategic planning support for the Tucson Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness, several needs and assets assessment for regional early childhood councils, and an evaluation of implementation of training for teachers adopting the Arizona Core Curriculum standards.  

Previously, Dr. Wind conducted research for his Master’s thesis on Tibetan torture survivors living in north India, as well as a household study to examine child labor in south India. He also served as a research assistant on the Perceptions of Asthma Study conducted by the Arizona Respiratory Center, in Yup’ik Eskimo villages of the Yukon-Kuskokwim delta of southwest Alaska.  Dr. Wind served as a Research Assistant on the qualitative research component of Project REACH, a tobacco cessation training project of the Department of Community and Family Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. The study compared the efficacy of classroom and web-based training that teaches health professionals and members of the general public how to conduct brief interventions to help clients, friends, and family members quit using tobacco.