• Tiffany Cook

    Tiffany Cook

    Tiffany Comer Cook is the Executive Director at WYSAC. She is ultimately responsible for managing the operation, administration, personnel, and environment of WYSAC. Ms. Comer Cook strives to create a culture of transparency, diversity, equity, and inclusion. She also works to ensure WYSAC's research is done on-time, within budget, and adheres to the highest standards of quality and scientific rigor. Ms. Comer Cook has worked in evaluation and research since 2003. Her expertise are in facilitating evaluation planning meetings, creating logic models and evaluation plans, analyzing data, writing reports, and presenting evaluation findings. She received her Master’s degree in Counselor Education in 2006 and her Bachelor's degree in sociology (minor in statistics) in 2003, both from the University of Wyoming. Tiffany is a Wyoming native and attributes her fantastic quality of life to living in this great state.

  • Humphrey Costello

    Humphrey Costello

    Humphrey's current research focus is tobacco prevention and control, and in particular quantitative analysis of tobacco survey data. Previously he has conducted research on health insurance and the uninsured; health cost, quality and access under Medicaid; and the efficacy of DUI intervention programs. He has worked in policy analysis of topics including hospital and pharmaceutical law and litigation; Medicaid, Medicare, and managed care; and mortgage and banking regulation. He has expertise in policy research and evaluation; health policy; traffic safety research; new growth economics; quantitative analysis; data presentation; game theory and formal modeling.

  • Laura Feldman

    Laura Feldman

    Ms. Feldman’s current research primarily focuses on public health and child and youth development. She primarily works in the areas of tobacco prevention and control and chronic disease prevention. She leads the development of the bi-annual publication, Wyoming Kids Count. She also leads or contributes to the evaluations on several other projects, both large and small, that integrate community involvement with public health and education. She has more than 15 years of experience in community, program, and policy evaluation.

  • Lauren Gilbert

    Lauren Gilbert

    Lauren received her PhD in sociology, with a focus in medical sociology, as well as an MPH in Public Health Management in Policy from the University of Florida. Her research interests include the social contexts of health and illness, health disparities, aging and the life-course, and community engagement as a form of prevention. Lauren has expertise in qualitative and quantitative methods, including focus groups, in-depth interviewing, survey design, and photovoice methods. She is passionate about working with the communities to identify the unique issues and collaborating with the communities to support their solutions. She currently works on the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) evaluation team for the Wyoming Partnership for Success (PFS) grant and the Wyoming Prevention Prescription Drug/Opioid Overdose-Related Deaths (PDO).