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Inem Chahal has experience in conducting applied research and evaluation in a variety of areas including education, public health, children and youth, recreation, policy effectiveness, community and economic development, local food and agriculture, decentralization and effective governance, and organizational assessments. She has managed and supported evaluations and research studies for local community organizations, NGOs, government, educational institutions, and international organizations such as UNICEF, and the Canadian Red Cross.
At CREEHS, she has managed projects focused on teacher preparation, STEM, and youth development programs. These projects are mainly funded by the National Science Foundation, New Jersey Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Education.
Inem holds a M.Sc. in Planning and Development with a concentration in program evaluation from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada.
Program evaluation, applied research, research design, qualitative data analyses, community development and planning.