Jocelyn Page
Senior Associate, Family Well-Being and Children’s Development

Page has over 20 years of experience in public policy research and project management. She serves as the resource manager for multiple large-scale demonstration and evaluation projects including: Making Pre-K Count; the Mother and Infant Home Visiting Program Evaluation Long-Term Follow-up (MIHOPE LT), and the Get Ready Guilford Initiative. She works with project directors and task leaders on daily project management and serves as a liaison to funders, subcontractors, and other research partners. She has provided site development and technical assistance support, conducted field research, and analyzed qualitative data and other data on program implementation. She wrote reports and other project deliverables and communications as part of the Employment Retention and Advancement and the Supporting Healthy Marriage projects.

As the lead resource manager for the Family Well-Being and Children’s Development policy area, she supervises other project resource managers and oversees day-to-day activities such as the development, maintenance, and monitoring of work plans, staffing and deployment, expenditures, and budgets for all policy-area projects. She also works closely with the policy area director to lead the development of new projects and strategic plans. Before joining MDRC, Page was the project manager of the David Rockefeller Fellows Program, a civic leadership program at the Partnership for New York City. The program is designed to assist a new generation of private sector leaders deepen their understanding of the public needs of New York City, and take an active role in shaping the city’s future. She began her public-policy research career as a research assistant at Abt Associates, Inc. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.