William Scarbrough, PhD, has 32 years of experience in education, health and human services, and criminal justice as a clinician, researcher, program evaluator, and manager. Dr. Scarbrough has designed, conducted, and supervised program development, research and program evaluation studies at the national, state, and local levels, including national cross-site process and outcome evaluations, multi-site studies, and cluster evaluations.
He is a seasoned professional with experience managing many different types of grants and contracts, including task order, cost-reimbursable, and fixed price contracts. His background experience includes working with schools and school districts, community mental health providers, criminal justice agencies, and other community service organizations conducting research concerning early childhood care and education, child and family development, mental health services, and substance abuse prevention and treatment services. He has worked with community-based organizations, state and local government agencies, federal government agencies, nonprofit organizations, health provider and insurance organizations, and national, state, and local health, education, and welfare associations.
He has provided program evaluation technical assistance and training to hundreds of programs throughout the United States, completed numerous site visits to federal and nonprofit grantees, and conducted research with service providers, clients, and consumers.