Jacqueline Chan

Senior Director of Data and Evaluation

United Way Bay Area

Jacqueline Chan is passionate about helping nonprofit and public agencies use data to drive equitable impact and inclusive community development. She has 15+ years of experience in applied research and evaluation spanning the fields of public health, education, housing, global health, environmental health, and financial empowerment. Her areas of expertise include impact evaluation, developmental evaluation, equitable evaluation, collective impact evaluation, mixed methods studies, and combining rigorous study design with participatory methods. She currently serves as the Senior Director of Data and Evaluation at United Way Bay Area where she oversees organizational efforts to measure impact and use data insights to drive decision-making. She also teaches nonprofit leaders how to use data insights to advance equity at California State University, East Bay. Previously, she served as a consultant to help organizations design, establish, and learn from program evaluations. She holds a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from Emory University.