Mathematica Cites Employees for Long Service
Contact: Cheryl Pedersen, (609) 275-2258
PRINCETON, N.J. (February 5, 2008)—Twelve employees of Mathematica Policy Research, Inc., one of the nation's premier social policy research firms, were recently cited for their years of service to the company.
Employees recognized for 30 years of service included Anne Bloomenthal, senior systems analyst; Randall Brown, vice president, director of health research; Barbara Devaney, senior vice president, director of human services research; John Hall, senior statistician; Marjorie Mitchell, administrative secretary; Patrick Mooney, senior vice president, director of human resources; and Craig Thornton, senior vice president, managing director of health research.
Employees recognized for 25 years of service were Rhoda Cohen, senior survey researcher; Lucia Franks, assistant director of facilities and services; and Audrey McDonald, senior survey researcher.
Employees reaching the 20-year milestone were Mark Dynarski, senior fellow and education area leader, and Susan Sprachman, senior fellow.
Mathematica®, one of the nation's leading independent research firms, conducts policy research and surveys for federal and state governments, as well as private clients. The employee-owned firm, with offices in Princeton, N.J., Washington, D.C., and Cambridge, Mass., has conducted some of the most important studies of education, health care, welfare, employment, nutrition, and early childhood policies and programs in the United States. Mathematica strives to improve public well-being by bringing the highest standards of quality, objectivity, and excellence to bear on the provision of information collection and analysis to its clients.