People: Daniel Clendenning

Graduate Assistant

Phone: (317) 278-5907

Daniel Clendenning is a research coordinator working on evaluating the Child Welfare Mental Health Screening Initiative, a program to identify children with mental health needs, and the Sunny Start Project, a program to develop coordinated, comprehensive services for young children.

Mr. Clendenning has worked in various capacities as a statistical and quantitative analyst since 1999. He joined the Center in July 2007.

Mr. Clendenning received a B.S. and M.S. in agricultural economics from Purdue University and a M.S. in social sciences from the California Institute of Technology.

Services and Expertise: Analytical Studies, Program evaluation, Policy analysis, Survey design and analysis, Econometric modeling, Data management

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