Keri Heitner, PhD
Keri Heitner, a research psychologist and the principal of All Aspects Research, conducts service delivery research and development in the health, education, business and human services fields. She specializes in research, needs assessment, strategic planning, grant writing, and program development and evaluation.
Keri’s research has included an evaluation of a National Science Foundation-funded science curriculum for middle school students; an evaluation of an entrepreneurial pathways project involving a state university and multiple community colleges; an assessment of service delivery gaps for persons living with HIV/AIDS; and an examination of barriers to doctoral learners’ educational attainment.
In addition, Keri has generated more than $73 million in public and private funding for dozens of research, education and training projects in areas such as career re-entry, after-school programs, prevention and treatment services for persons with disabilities, as well as the arts.
Keri holds a Doctor of Philosophy and a Master of Philosophy from the City University of New York Graduate Center, and a Master of Arts from the New School for Social Research. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, American Educational Research Association and Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.