As a true‐crime aficionado, Dayna respects the investigative process — from examining the who, what, when, where, and why to solving the case. Fortunately, this interest pairs well with her work, serving as the foundation for her research and evaluation methods and critical thinking skills. No matter the topic or project, Dayna takes what she’s learned as a self‐appointed sleuth to get the job done.
At PSC, Dayna employs her investigative prowess to conduct, translate, and analyze evaluations and public policy research for the firm and its clients on a variety of topics. As a consultant, she also applies her skills to measure program and policy impacts, support continuous improvement of client initiatives, and develop research reports, strategy documents, and other deliverables.
Prior to joining PSC, Dayna worked at the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, where she supported policy and advocacy efforts on a variety of civil liberties issues at the state and local levels.
A Little More…
Education: BAs in International Affairs and Political Science from the University of Colorado and an MPA from the University of Washington
With PSC since: November 2018
PSC superpower: Asking the right questions
Favorite part of working at PSC: The opportunity to learn something new every day
Why Michigan? Mostly for family — and the Vernors and coney dogs