Margaret Woley, M.P.A., is a self-professed social justice data nerd who enjoys working with people,
organizations and systems to help them better understand how they can use data to make our communities stronger for all children, youth and families.
She is particularly passionate about the areas of youth homelessness, child welfare, education and the environment,
as well as using data to highlight issues of inequity and guide toward solutions. A driving force behind Margaret’s
commitment to social justice and racial equity stems from her experience serving as an AmeriCorps member in an elementary
school in St. Louis, Missouri. Margaret earned a Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University and a Master in Public Administration
from the University of Washington Evans School of Public Affairs.
Margaret has over 18 years of experience working in the social sector in a variety of roles.
She now enjoys working with clients to clarify their data, performance measurement and/or evaluation needs,
then design a plan of work and deliver useful tools to help move the work forward.
Margaret is experienced in all aspects of data utilization and program evaluation including evaluation planning,
tool design, data collection, analysis, and reporting. In addition, Margaret enjoys using data to create Tableau
dashboards to support organization and system-wide learning and growth.
When Margaret is not working, she’s often running or biking around Seattle or begging her two young kids to sleep past 5:30am on any day of the week.