Carol Kawecki

Vice President/Senior Program Manager

Carol Kawecki is a Senior Project Manager/Analyst at Healthy Housing Solutions. She has nearly 30 years of experience in program evaluation. This includes more than 20 years of experience working in environmental policy and program evaluation, and over ten years applying this experience in the public health domain.

Ms. Kawecki has designed, implemented, analyzed, and presented survey research findings in the fields of environmental health and housing, environmental policy, substance abuse, land use management, and the administration of federal block grants. Her recent experience managing research projects includes: project manager for the three-year CDC Smoke-Free Multiunit Housing Policies Study Task Order, faculty member for the Case Management track for the CDC National Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Training Center, project manager of an asthma research grant-funded home visiting program, and team member for home assessments in two healthy homes projects. Her experience managing multi-site projects includes: project manager for technical assistance under the New York State Department of Health’s Primary Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning and project manager for a two-year HUD-funded pilot program in two Upstate New York cities to address environmental health and safety hazards in home-based child care (this project received EPA’s Children’s Environmental Health Excellence Award in 2006).

Ms. Kawecki also has extensive experience in the preparation of toolkits and guidance documents for implementation of best practices. She is one of the contributing authors/writers of the HUD Healthy Homes Program Guidance Manual and is the editor/writer of the HUD Healthy Homes Initiative background paper on Asthma. She has also provided technical assistance on behalf of the CDC to five state and local childhood lead poisoning prevention programs in strategic planning, redesigning of case management work processes, and housing-based primary prevention.

Ms. Kawecki has a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan, a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Maryland, and Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Bryn Mawr College.