Luba Falk Feigenberg is a researcher, psychologist, and educator with expertise in evaluation, program design, and quality improvement. Her work is focused on supporting organizations to use data in service of fostering a culture of inquiry, reflective practice, and continuous learning. She has extensive experience across the nonprofit sector as well as public school districts and municipal governments.
With a focus on capacity-building, Luba works with organizations to design and implement systems that efficiently gather, manage, and communicate about data. She has helped create evaluation plans, build online data management systems, develop quality improvement plans, and design programs. Luba also brings experience with facilitating and managing organizational change.
Luba’s work is deeply grounded in and informed by her extensive experience supporting children’s social and emotional development. She spent her early career working in schools and youth-serving programs. Then, for more than 15 years, she led research and evaluation teams and managed programs for organizations such as Boston Children’s Hospital, the YMCA of Greater Boston, and Making Caring Common.
Luba also teaches in the School Psychology Department at William James College and is guest faculty in Evaluation and Measurement at the Institute for Nonprofit Practice. She earned a doctorate in Human Development in Psychology from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and is a licensed school counselor in Massachusetts.