About

Our team is composed of 4 senior researchers that are driven by the ability to leave behind meaningful change. Our projects are chosen based on compatibility with EARA's mission and an aim for strategic allocation of resources. Below is a sample of the organizations and agencies our associates have worked with:

  • Baltimore Gas & Electric
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Computer Sciences Corporation
  • ComEd An Exelon Company
  • Gates Millennium Scholars Program
  • Institute for Capacity Building
  • International Partnership for Energy Efficiency
  • Cooperation
  • International Truck and Engine Corporation
  • McDonald's Corporation
  • NASA
  • National Library of Medicine-National Institutes of
  • Health
  • People Animals Love
  • Reliant Energy
  • Roche Worldwide
  • Scholar Academies
  • United Negro College Fund
  • US Agency for International Development
  • US Department of Education
  • US Department of Energy

Managing Partner

Barry Nagle is a Senior Researcher and Managing Partner with EARA. Prior to this, he served as the Director of the Center for Assessment, Planning and Accountability (CAPA) with the UNCF Special Programs Corporation (UNCFSP). Dr. Nagle joined UNCFSP to establish the center in November, 2004.Prior to joining UNCFSP, Dr. Nagle was the Research & Evaluation Specialist Team Lead at NASA Peer Review Services in Washington, D.C. working primarily with NASA’s Office of Education.Dr. Nagle was a public school educator in Pennsylvania and North Carolina for 11 years and has worked in the research and evaluation field for the past 18 years.Dr. Nagle has a B.S. in Early Childhood Education/Special Education from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and an M.A. in Education from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Nagle has completed graduate work in Educational Research Methodology at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and earned his doctorate at George Washington University in Educational Administration and Policy Studies.Professionally he has conducted 18 national and international research and evaluation projects and over 60 regional and local research and evaluation projects.