Dr. Brocato has 12 years of combined research and applied experience in measure design, survey research, assessment systems design, program evaluation, qualitative research, and data analysis. She has statistical software experience with Mplus, SAS, SPSS and R. Dr. Brocato also has experience with advanced statistical methods, structural equation modeling (IRT, CFA, EFA), missing data methods (multiple imputation and FIML), diagnostic classification models, longitudinal data analysis, measurement invariance, and scoring. Dr. Brocato’s applied areas of research have included higher education, child clinical assessment, and positive psychology. She has helped community mental health centers, large hospital systems, and government agencies evaluate and improve their programs and assessment systems. With programming experience in four statistical programming languages, expertise in theoretical and applied psychometrics, and experience as both a designer and user of measures, Dr. Brocato lends a unique and well-rounded methodological rigor to evaluation and assessment teams. She also has experience writing grants, managing multi-million- dollar research programs across multiple sites, providing training to small and large audiences, and translating complex psychometric theory into presentations and documents that are accessible to lay audiences.