Jeremy M. Martinez, MA

Program Manager, Evaluation Research

Mr. Martinez’s responsibilities in the Statistics & Evaluation Center include evaluating the American Cancer Society mission programs aimed at reducing breast, cervical & colorectal cancer through increased screening of eligible adults; and evaluating the Society’s upcoming HPV vaccination programs to increase uptake rates in youth. Many of the programs work with at-risk/disparate communities including, but not limited to, Black/African-American, Native American, and Rural Appalachian. He is responsible for designing, implementing program process, output and outcome data collection tools. He analyzes quantitative and qualitative data and manages multiple datasets: survey responses, quarterly updates, process, output and outcome data, multivariate user access tables. He conducts one-on-one on-site & phone-interviews, provides training and technical assistance to ACS staff and volunteers, and provides content for and authors reports that include qualitative, quantitative and context information to programmatic leads and large corporate funders.

Mr. Martinez came to ACS with more than 11 years of experience in program implementation, coordination, and evaluation. He has implemented and coordinated community-based and public health prevention, intervention, and post-intervention programs. Mr. Martinez worked on various public health evaluation projects ranging from children’s oral health promotion; HIV/AIDS prevention efforts; child abuse and neglect prevention; suicide, bullying and violence prevention; and youth with serious emotional disturbances. He has worked with sensitive and hard to reach populations: Native Americans on reservations; youth with severe emotional disturbances; HIV/AIDS vulnerable individuals; and LGBTTSQ individuals. For many of these projects, he was responsible for program completion in addition to evaluation completion and ensuring data fidelity. He has served on and chaired multiple boards and committees, including for the Colorado Violent Death Reporting System, Child Fatality Review, and Health Disparities Leadership Committee.