Stacey J. Hoffman joined the Public Policy Center full-time in 2006, after working at the PPC as a Graduate Research Assistant for four years. Much of Dr. Hoffman’s work focuses on disaster behavioral health response planning and program management, risk and crisis communication, public health monitoring system evaluation, and community program evaluation. She also works on a variety of other projects, specializing in evaluation.
Ph.D., Psychology, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2006
M.A., Psychology, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 1998
B.A., Psychology, German, and Comparative Religion, Cornell College, 1993