Tania Jarosewich, PhD
Dr. Jarosewich, president and CEO of Censeo Group, leads the Censeo Group team in developing research and evaluation strategies for each client. She has led large-scale evaluations for state departments of education, school districts, grantmakers, foundations, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations. Her expertise includes evaluation of literacy; science technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education; gifted and advanced placement programming; school reform; educational assessment; capacity building; evaluation of collaborations and networks; and evaluation of organizational effectiveness.
Dr. Jarosewich was an associate director at the Indiana Center for Evaluation (Indiana University-Bloomington), postdoctoral research fellow at Duke University, and for many years worked as a school psychologist with the Cleveland Municipal School District. She is co-author of the Gifted Rating Scales, published by Elsevier and an author of a number of peer reviewed journal articles. Dr. Jarosewich is a frequent presenter at professional conferences. She is an active member of the American Evaluation Association and a member of the Ohio Program Evaluators’ Group program committee. Dr. Jarosewich received her PhD in School Psychology from Kent State University and a BA in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati.
Irene Jarosewich Burakovskiy
A writer and editor with Censeo Group, Irene Jarosewich Burakovskiy has more than 30 years of experience in communications and development. To ensure consistency in the presentation of information to our clients, she edits and reviews the research and evaluation results provided by Censeo Group professionals and is a member of the Censeo Group proposal development team. As a communications and development consultant, her clients have included the Organization for American States, the World Bank, the International Center for Traditional Justice, the United Nations Environmental Program, the BBC. She is a former editor with UNA Publications, the National Endowment for the Arts and is a former director of public relations for the AT&T affiliate in Ukraine, Utel.
Janice Chappell Young, EdD
Dr. Young has a long and distinguished career as an educator and researcher, with more than 30 years of experience in the field of education. Dr. Young has contributed to a number of Censeo Group evaluations, including site visit data collection and analysis of qualitative survey data for the evaluation of the Oklahoma Reading First grant, as well as several district-level evaluations for the Ohio Reading First grant.
Dr. Young was a research associate at the Ohio State University, working with the Learning by Redesign program; an Executive Director of the Association for the Revitalization and Transformation of Education; an Executive Director and Director for Outreach of the Ohio Systemic Initiative – Discovery; the director of staff development. Dr. Young received her doctorate in Educational Administration from Teachers College – Columbia University; a Certification of City Superintendent from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio; and an MEd in Curriculum and Supervision at Miami University in Ohio.
Ms Zborovska provides support for Censeo Group research projects. She assists with data visualization, data reviews, research summaries and report preparation to ensure clear communication of evaluation findings to our clients. A recent graduate of The Ohio State University, Ms. Zborovska received a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology in 2016. She will continue her education at The Ohio State University in fall 2017 and is enrolled in the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program.
Ms Holder’s expertise is in international development, integrated water resource management, capacity building, water diplomacy, climate change, water infrastructure, and international/transboundary water analytics for sustainable development. She has over 25 years of water resource and environment management experience, 18 of them focused on international development for inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral crosscutting water-resources challenges with World Bank programs and operations. Ms Holder has participated in multi-disciplinary project teams in West Africa, Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East; was a contributing author to the World Bank Flagship Report on the economics of water and sustainable water use in the Middle East, Iraq Country Water Resource Strategy; and managed the preparation of the World Bank publication Niger River Basin: A Vision for Sustainable Management. Ms Holder was an active member of the Board of Trustees for Kids of Kilimanjaro, a not for profit foundation that supported a school food program in school districts at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro. She holds a Master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University in Water Resources / Hydrology / Geomorphology.