Andrea Bogie is a researcher with NCCD and has extensive experience with research and analysis in child welfare, juvenile delinquency, the adult aging population, and monitoring the academic achievement of at-risk children. Since joining NCCD in 2005, Andrea has conducted child welfare risk assessment validation studies in several jurisdictions in the United States, assisted with developing an actuarial risk assessment for adult protective services agencies, led the effort to construct an actuarial delinquency prevention assessment for use in child welfare, and assisted with several juvenile justice risk assessment validations as part of a national research study funded by the Office on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Andrea has conducted numerous SDM system implementation process evaluations for CPS, APS, and TANF agencies. She has written dozens of data management reports for child welfare agencies in California, New Jersey, Virginia, and New Hampshire. She is also the primary analyst for school monitoring reports for small high schools and charter schools in the City of Milwaukee. Prior to joining NCCD, she provided direct services as an AmeriCorps teacher and mental health case manager. Andrea has an MSW with a concentration in community organization, policy, and advocacy from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Science in psychology and social welfare from the University of Wisconsin‐Madison.