Mr. Gluck has been serving public and non-profit sector funders and their grantees as a senior evaluator and management consultant, designing and implementing program evaluations and performance measurement / management systems for more than 25 years. Mr. Gluck works with leadership at federal, state and local agencies and their grantees to provide training and technical assistance on all aspects of evaluation and performance measurement, including: constructing logic models, defining measures, operationalizing data collection and reporting, synthesizing and analyzing results, and recommending next steps to improve programming and the performance measurement system.
Mr. Gluck has had the opportunity to apply these skills to benefit current and past grantees in the areas of Diabetes Management and Prevention, School-Based Health Clinics, Safety Net Health Clinics, School-Based and Community-Based Violence Reduction, Mental Health First Aid, Alcohol and Drug-Abuse Prevention, Reentry Programs for Ex-Offenders, Fatherhood, Healthy Marriage and Relationships, Sexual Risk Avoidance Education, Youth Mentoring and Financial Literacy.
Mr. Gluck continues to introduce analytic models and performance measurement systems for his public sector and non-profit sector clients to support and encourage data-driven decision-making and the use of evidence-based practices to improve results-oriented performance. Mr. Gluck was the principal author of an innovative approach for monetizing short, intermediate, and long-term outcomes – Expected Value Return on Investment (EV-ROI) – to calculate the taxpayers’ and philanthropic foundations’ return on investment. Mr. Gluck holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree from Brown University.