Gretchen Rowe
Human Services

Gretchen Rowe

Principal Researcher

Gretchen Rowe evaluates the implementation and impacts of nutrition and employment and training programs serving low-income populations, including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), and Workforce Investment Act (WIA) programs.

Rowe directs a project to assess federal and state needs to better collect, report, and analyze SNAP E&T data, and she is leading a study of work requirement policies across the TANF, SNAP, and public housing programs. She is also a principal investigator of a congressionally mandated impact evaluation of 10 pilots that are promoting innovative strategies for increasing employment and earnings among SNAP participants and reducing their dependence on SNAP and other public assistance.

Prior to joining Mathematica, Rowe worked with the Urban Institute as a senior research associate, studying programs that serve low-income families and children. She has an M.P.P. in social policy from Georgetown University.

Expertise
  • Program evaluation
  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Technical assistance and monitoring

 

Focus Area Topics
  • Human Services
  • Nutrition
  • Nutrition and Food Assistance Programs
  • Employment
  • Training and Re-employment
  • Family Support
  • TANF and Employment Issues

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