Keith S. Murray, Senior Evaluator

Keith Murray brings experience in public and private sector program data management and research. He directed numerous statewide data collection and management projects with the Colorado Department of Health and Environment before working with research projects at Washington University in St. Louis, University of Colorado and the U.S. Veterans Administration. Working as grants manager, major gifts officer and planned giving director for the St. Louis Science Center and other non-profit organizations, Keith is familiar both with the role of informal education programming and collaborative partnerships in addressing community needs. Keith received a B.A. from Fontbonne University, holds certifications in survey and instrumentation methods, and has a Certification in Evaluation Practice from the Evaluators Institute. 

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Martha A. Henry, Ed.D., President and Lead Evaluator

Marty Henry founded the firm based on the knowledge that critical needs in education programming were being left unserved and that the needs she saw around her would be best filled by the creation of a smaller, more flexible organization that could more readily tailor its services to the specific needs of clients. Her path as an educator had led from the K-12 classroom to faculty positions at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She spent five years with the Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL). Marty holds her Ed.D. from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and a Certification in Evaluation Practice from The Evaluators Institute.

Katherine A. Phillips, Ph.D., Senior Evaluator

Combining a deep interest in science education with professional experience in nuclear engineering, and in the classroom as a high school teacher, Kathy’s rich background adds to the breadth of skill sets M.A. Henry Consulting can offer. Her concentration on cultural/gender barriers to success in education and careers in science offer insights into programmatic design and implementation aimed at reducing the achievement gap. She has worked in curriculum development and alignment, teacher professional development, and evaluation for the last 16 years. Her areas of research included robotic applications in nuclear and environmental restoration. Kathy serves as leading qualitative analyst.