Madeleine Levin is a Senior Associate in the Workforce and Human Services Division with expertise in project management, qualitative research, and technical assistance. Prior to joining SPR, Ms. Levin worked in a variety of research and policy settings, including as a senior researcher at IMPAQ International, and as a senior policy analyst at the Food Research and Action Center for nine years. Ms. Levin’s work focuses on managing complex projects, conducting qualitative research, and providing technical assistance. She has significant subject matter expertise in the federal nutrition programs, including the SNAP Employment and Training Program. Notable projects that she has led include, the Evaluation of Alternatives to Improve Elderly Access to SNAP for FNS, the Guaranteed Income Feasibility Study for WKKF, and the Economic Security for All project for Washington Employment Security Department. She holds an MPH in maternal and child health from the University of Illinois, and a bachelor’s in cultural anthropology from the University of Chicago.