Kelsey Schaberg
Kelsey Schaberg
Research Associate
Economic Mobility, Housing, and Communities

Schaberg is a quantitative researcher in the Economic Mobility, Housing, and Communities policy area. She works on a range of projects focused on workforce development and training, financial inclusion, coaching, and conducting long-term follow-ups using administrative data. Schaberg is currently the project director for the Evaluation of Management Leadership for Tomorrow’s Turn Pro program, the From Theory to Practice project, and the WorkAdvance program. She has also served as the data manager and impact lead on evaluating the TechHire and Strengthening Working Families Initiative grant programs and the Grameen America program. Across these projects, Schaberg’s responsibilities include project management, data acquisition and processing, impact analyses, and report writing. Schaberg holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Miami University and a master’s degree in urban policy analysis and management from the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at the New School for Social Research.

Projects

Products

Report

Findings from the Portland Site of the National Evaluation of Welfare-to-Work Strategies

Issue Focus

A Synthesis of the Research for Employers and Local Governments

Report

Portland, Oregon, Early 1990s

Report

36-Month Impacts of the Grameen America Program

Report

Findings from the Per Scholas WorkAdvance Program

Issue Focus

Meeting the Needs of Workers and Employers

Brief

A Synthesis of Findings on Sector Strategies

Report

18-Month Impacts of the Grameen America Program

Report

Costs, Benefits, and Impacts from the WorkAdvance Demonstration

Methodological Publication

Lessons from the Grameen America Evaluation

Report

Early Impacts of the Grameen America Program

Methodological Publication

Lessons from the Grameen America Formative Evaluation

Brief

Findings from the Subprime Lending Data Exploration Project

Methodological Publication
Brief

Three-Year Impacts from the WorkAdvance Demonstration

Report

Two-Year Impacts from the WorkAdvance Demonstration