Dr. Carlotta Joyer

Senior Project Manager/Analyst

Carlotta Joyner is a Senior Project Manager/Analyst with Healthy Housing Solutions. She is also a private consultant who provides research and program evaluation services for education, employment, health, and human service programs. Dr. Joyner has conducted technical support for the National Center for Healthy Housing’s (NCHH) evaluation of New York State’s Lead Primary Prevention Program since November 2008. Services for other clients have included analyzing and summarizing research on international education and foreign language programs, and designing and carrying out evaluations of a nationwide, multi-site, federally-funded employment program for youth offenders and youth at risk of court involvement, a state-wide technology professional development program for teachers, and a local voter education project. From March 1980 through October 2001, Dr. Joyner was with the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) in Washington, DC. At GAO, she was an executive who provided leadership in support of decision-makers within both parties in Congress, managed complex, multidisciplinary research and evaluation studies, and taught program evaluation methodology. Her 150-plus publications cover public health and occupational safety and health programs; health and human services programs; elementary and secondary education programs and funding; financial aid and access to higher education; workforce development programs and labor laws; and management, performance, and accountability in federal programs. Dr. Joyner has a PhD and Master of Science degree in Social Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University as well as a Master of Arts degree from George Peabody College, Vanderbilt University.