e provide quality criminal justice research services that focus on issues of prisoner re-entry, female offenders, community corrections, and program evaluation.
We employ the rigorous methodologies and great attention to detail that are required to ensure success in data driven environments.
We collaborate with clients to create self-sustaining programs based on measurable results.
Shawn M. Flower, Ph.D. has worked as a Program Evaluator in the field of Criminal Justice Research since 2002 and has a solid foundation working with program administrators, direct service providers, and funding agencies.
In her work, she conducts both process and outcome evaluations of a variety of programs including prisoner reentry, BJA/SAMHSA funded enhancement services project for Baltimore City District Drug Treatment Court participants, and services for at risk populations including the unemployed and public housing residents.
She was also a board member for the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women College Degree Program from 2010 to 2014. This non-profit organization supports the Goucher Prison Education Program (GPEP) in providing incarcerated women the opportunity to participate in college credit and developmental classes.