Megan Kromer, Ph.D.

Degree(s): Bachelor of arts in mathematics, master of science in experimental psychology, MBA and Ph.D. in education psychology 

Megan Kromer, Ph.D., consults with foundations and nonprofit service agencies in the areas of program evaluation, program development and organizational effectiveness. She leads the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation's multi-million dollar initiative focused on early childhood development, Precious Minds, New Connections. She has toured the southwest for the Conference of Southwest Foundations speaking on program evaluation to private and community foundations. Dr. Kromer previously served as managing director of the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation and was involved in grant making in a wide variety of areas, including health and human services, art, museums, libraries and wildlife protection. She also has designed research and evaluation studies, collected and analyzed data, and helped organizations use information for sound decision making. She has taught statistics, research methods, psychometrics and program evaluation at The University of Texas at Austin and The University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Kromer holds a BA in mathematics and an MS in experimental psychology from Trinity University, a Ph.D. in educational psychology with a specialization in statistics and research methods, and an Executive MBA degree from The University of Texas at San Antonio. She has also completed the Executive Program for Leaders in Philanthropy at Stanford University.

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