Whitney LeBoeuf is a Research Consultant for AISP with expertise in quantitative methodology and social policy. She has contributed her leadership to research partnerships with local, state, and national government leaders around high-priority policy issues. Whitney has worked on numerous studies using Integrated Data Systems (IDS) to examine issues including early risks to later development, and multi-site studies examining the effects of social policy programs on children’s educational well-being. She continues to serve as a national expert for counties and states as they develop and use IDS to improve government policies and programs. Whitney is also a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Assessment, Design, Research, and Evaluation in the School of Education (CADRE) at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her current projects at CADRE include an examination of Denver Public School’s Arts and Physical Education programs, an evaluation of a Project-Based Learning Curriculum funded by the Lucas Foundation, and the development of a typology of research-practice partnerships for continuous improvement in education. Whitney received her Ph.D. in Education Policy from the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education and her Master’s in Quantitative Methods from the University of Denver.