Kristin King is a Research and Evaluation Project Manager at the Institute for Community Health. Much of Kristin’s work at ICH involves evaluations of programs addressing substance use disorder prevention and treatment, early education and care, and mental health. Her focus is on incorporating qualitative approaches into mixed-methods designs. Kristin’s work prior to ICH included research in educational assessment and evaluations of early education and care initiatives throughout New England.
Kristin received a BA in English and Art History from Colby College and a BS in Psychology from University of Arizona, and completed an MPPM with a focus on non-profit management at University of Southern Maine as well as Master’s program coursework in Family Studies from University of New Hampshire. Kristin lives with her husband, two children, and 3 cats in southern New Hampshire. Outside of work she enjoys hiking, biking, theater and making music.