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Dr. Suzanne M. Randolph

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Chief Science Officer

Phone: (301) ***-**** ext. ****  
Email: s***@***.com
The MayaTech Corporation
1100 Wayne Avenue Suite 900
Silver Spring , Maryland 20910
United States

Company Description: The MayaTech Corporation provides technical services through the coordinated operations of three divisions: Research and Evaluation, Information and Communications,...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Ph.D. , developmental psychology
    University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
  • BS , psychology
    Howard University
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MayaTech News: Press Releases, 9 Sept 2008 [cached]
Suzanne M. Randolph, Ph.D., has been appointed chief science officer of The MayaTech Corporation, a research, technical assistance, information technology, and communications firm headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland. As chief science officer, Dr. Randolph will monitor scientific and industry developments and provide technical and strategic direction for research and development activities across the company.
"Dr. Randolph brings to her new role an extensive record of achievement that will preserve and further propel MayaTech as a best-in-industry provider of research and evaluation to government and private sector clients," said Jean-Marie Mayas, Ph.D., president and CEO of The MayaTech Corporation.
Dr. Randolph joined MayaTech on a part-time basis in 1986 as a research scientist and has participated in the design and conduct of complex evaluation studies on diverse topics of national public health importance. Most recently, as the company's scientific director, she served as project director and senior technical advisor on MayaTech's health disparities research and systems-level evaluation projects for Federal agencies and private foundations.
Dr. Randolph's appointment follows a stellar 20-year research and teaching career with The University of Maryland College Park, were she recently retired as tenured associate professor of family science in the School of Public Health.
Highlights of her accomplishments at MayaTech include serving as senior research scientist for the Evaluation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Minority AIDS Initiative; project director for the Evaluation of Pathways to Prevention: An Infant Mental Health Initiative for the Early Head Start National Resource Center at ZERO TO THREE; and project director for Evaluation and Technical Assistance for CDC's Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program. She currently serves as project director for two MayaTech evaluation projects on health disparities-the Ward 8 (D.C.) Childhood Obesity Collaborative and the Kaiser Permanente Port Towns (Maryland) Community Health Initiative.
In addition, Dr. Randolph serves as project director of evaluation and technical assistance services contracts for Washington D.C. regional area foundations, where she provides strategic planning and conducts workshops on Logic Model Development and Evaluation for the Northern Virginia Health Foundation. For Consumer Health Foundation, she conducted focus group research on the feasibility of implementing a coordinated regional approach to health care for low-income, uninsured residents in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.
A published author of numerous peer-reviewed articles on the role of family and community in children's and family health, mental heath, and related issues, Dr. Randolph has served on several national advisory panels, including the National Academy of Sciences' Panel on Evaluating Welfare Reform and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Advisory Committee on Evaluation of Head Start. Dr. Randolph's background includes a B.S., in psychology from Howard University and an M.A. in psychology and a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is a past national president of the Association of Black Psychologists, former board chair of the Consumer Health Foundation, and current board chair of the HSC Foundation.
Suzanne M. ..., 17 June 2013 [cached]
Suzanne M. Randolph
Suzanne M. Randolph, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Family Studies at University of Maryland, College Park. Her Ph.D. is in developmental psychology from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her BS in psychology is from Howard University. Suzanne teaches courses on research methods, ethnic families, family theories and patterns, and developing logic models and evaluation plans for family programs. Her research interests include a focus on the early development of children in African American families, and evaluation of family-focused, community-based health programs for families of color.
Suzanne has conducted a number of research studies via community-university partnerships including serving as PI on a federally funded study of Community Violence Prevention in Head Start Families, PI of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Evaluation of the Opening Doors Programs, which focused on reducing sociocultural barriers to health care; co-Project Director of a Family Strengthening grant from the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention; focus group leader for the University of Maryland-Vesta, Inc. Partnership for Families with a Member Diagnosed with Schizophrenia; and evaluator for the Norfolk State University-Norfolk Housing Authority Effective Black Parenting Program. She has also served as Co-PI on the NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development; and Co-PI on the Johns Hopkins University Study of Poverty and the Ecology of African American Children's Development. She was evaluator for the CDC-funded HIV/AIDS Education programs of the American National Red Cross and on the evaluation team of the CDC Minority AIDS Initiative fielded by the MayaTech Corporation of Silver Spring, Maryland. Suzanne has also served on technical work groups and advisory panels for federal and local agencies, including the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Evaluating the Effects of Welfare Reform, and the USDHHS Secretary's Committee on Evaluation of Head Start. She has also served on local panels and boards, including the Washington AIDS Partnership, and the Board of Trustees of the Consumer Health Foundation.
Suzanne is a Past National President of the Association of Black Psychologists, and is a member of the Society for Research in Child Development, the American Public Health Association, and the American Evaluation Association. She has served on the Foundation board since 2004.
Institute for Community Research home page, 24 May 2000 [cached]
Suzanne Randolph, Ph.D., a developmental psychologist and professor of Family Studies at the University of Maryland, will talk about the role of culture and environment on the development of resilience - the ability to overcome adverse circumstances - in young children.Dr. Randolph specializes in research on African American children living in neighborhoods with high levels of violence. A panel discussion with parent activists and staff from the Institute for Community Research (ICR), Centro de Desarrollo y Reafirmacion Familiar of the Institute for Hispanic Family, and Hartford Parent Network/Hartford Children First Initiative will follow Dr. Randolph's presentation.
Hartford Health Department Events, 14 June 2000 [cached]
Cultural Perspectives on Resilience in Young Children will feature developmental psychologist and nationally recognized researcher Suzanne Randolph.Dr. Randolph is Associate Professor of Family Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park.The Institute for Community Research (ICR) and partners are proud to bring Dr. Randolph to Hartford to share her insights into how culture, ethnicity and race, and family and social environments combine to affect children's development, socialization and school readiness.Panelists including researchers and community educators from the Institute for Community Research and partners, parents of diverse ethnic backgrounds, and members of the early childhood research and education community will join Dr. Randolph in the discussion.This will be followed by open dialogue with the audience.Simultaneous translation into Spanish and child care will be available. (Please call or email to reserve child care.).
CHF - About CHF, 11 April 2005 [cached]
Suzanne M. Randolph Professor; Health Researcher & Evaluator
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