Mary Hancock is a Senior Research Programmer in the Workforce and Human Services Division with over 35 years of experience programming to build, clean, manage, and analyze databases. She has significant experience managing and merging multiple data sources and manipulating large-scale public databases in a variety of formats. She is responsible for programming to compile, review, and clean nationwide data from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Joint Performance Accountability Information and Reporting System (PIRL) and produce annual data book tables and quarterly reports and databases used by the U.S. Department of Labor. She also worked with secure and encrypted data from 26 states as programmer for the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act Evaluation, compiling data from unemployment insurance claim and wage records, Trade Act Participant Records (TAPR), and Workforce Investment Standardized Records (WIASRD). Ms. Hancock received a B.S. in Education from Weber State University and a M.Ed. from Utah State University.