Asaph Glosser, a Principal Associate in MEF Associates’ Seattle office, has substantial experience conducting research and evaluation projects relating to welfare, child support enforcement, employment and training, and disability.
Asaph has managed program evaluations for city, state, and federal agencies as well as non-profit partners. He also has extensive experience working with sites on all phases of randomized control trials. This includes recruiting sites, designing and implementing rigorous research designs, and conducting qualitative field research. Asaph has authored numerous research reports and policy briefs and regularly presents his work to policymakers, practitioners, and others in the research community.
Asaph’s recent work includes leading directing a project studying the independent contractor workforce in Washington state, exploring organizational culture in TANF offices, evaluating re-entry programs in tribal communities, and studying alternatives to contempt in the child support program.
Asaph has a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Washington and a B.A. in Political Science from Bates College. When Asaph isn’t working, he spends as much time as possible either in his garden or exploring the beaches, mountains, and forests of the Pacific Northwest with his wife and two sons.