Tenah Hunt

Evaluator & Researcher

Tenah K. A. Hunt is a program evaluator and researcher at the Wisconsin Evaluation Collaborative. She is passionate about using mixed-method, strengths-based, and culturally responsive evaluation approaches to improve educational and health outcomes for youth and families of color. Drawing on her mutidisciplinary training, Tenah's projects are often at the intersection of public health, social work, and education. Her favorite projects involve supporting intiatives that intend to shift power structures and facilitate transformational change in communities. She strives to center the voices of those who are most impacted by using participatory approaches.

Tenah earned her Ph.D. in Social Welfare from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and holds a Master's in Public Health with an emphasis on Health Behavior and Health Education from the University of Michigan. She received additional focused training in program evaluation through her participation in the American Evaluation Association’s Graduate Education Diversity Internship Program.

Contact Information

acquaye@wisc.edu
Phone: (608) 262-2396
Office: 1152A Ed Sciences

Current Projects

Evaluating the Effectiveness of One City Schools: Preparing Children for School Success and Healthy Lives