David A. Julian, PhD

Davide Julian

David A. Julian, PhD

David A. Julian, Ph.D., is CETE’s Program Director of Community Engagement and Evaluation. He also serves as the lead for CETE’s translational research scholarship. He received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in Community Psychology. Dave received his MCRP (Master of City and Regional Planning) degree from The Ohio State University and a B.A. in Psychology from Miami University. This combination of educational experiences and his participation in a variety of professional roles have allowed him to be an active strategic planner, evaluator and community engagement consultant who has worked with a variety of health and social services organizations and collaboratives both at the state and county levels.

 

Dave pioneered a specific approach to collaborative planning that has its roots in Ohio’s effort to support inter-systems planning and service provision for youth and families at the county level. He has designed and led the implementation of a formal decision-making process supported by several functions including leadership; community involvement; generation of pertinent information and data; community investment in programs and services; and meaningful evaluation. Dave has held appointments in the College of Public Health, City and Regional Planning and Social Work at The Ohio State University. He has taught community engagement, program planning and evaluation and worked with students to conduct formal evaluations of education, health and social services programs.