The administrative aim is to provide the administrative structure, leadership, coordination and resources for a trans-disciplinary, multi-institutional team to collectively advance resilience research, education, and application for the purpose of reducing health disparities specifically in American Indian communities.
- Jan Kerata – Program Manager (NAU)
- Shannon Whitewater – Administrative Assistant & Technical Expert (UA)
- Jackie Assini – Senior Accountant (UA)
The specific aims of the Administrative Core of the Center for American Indian Resilience (CAIR) are to provide the administrative structure, coordination and resources for a trans-disciplinary, multi-institutional team to collectively advance resilience research, education and application to reduce health disparities specifically in American Indians and as applicable in other minority populations.
The Evaluation team prepares data for publications and grants for program staff upon request.
- Laurie Rogers, MA, Research Coordinator
Process Evaluation: Monitor the fidelity and the effectiveness of the process by which the activities of the CAIR key functions are implemented for the program as a whole, and within each Core.
Outcomes Evaluation: Assess the success of the overall CAIR effort, and measure the success of each specific core and key function.
Corrective Actions: Identify areas within the CAIR partnership or the CAIR cores where barriers may be present, and recommend corrective actions to the Administration.