With 13 years of experience at Mt. Auburn Associates, Devon is a senior leader at the firm overseeing multiple projects, primarily evaluations. She has strong expertise in economic, community, and workforce development with a primary focus on evaluation and a secondary focus on strategic planning for organizations and regions. Her experience includes evaluation, sector analysis, strategic planning, and organizational design.
Ms. Winey currently serves as the project lead on the evaluation of Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Working Cities Challenge and the evaluation of the Brookings Institution's Project on State and Municipal Innovation. She previously led evaluations of both Boston's SkillWorks Phase II and Workforce Solutions Collaborative of Metro Hartford. For these projects, Devon has conducted stakeholder interviews, developed customized interview protocols, designed and analyzed surveys, and synthesized information in narrative evaluation reports for funders on a number of workforce partnerships. Devon played a leadership role on the national evaluation of Living Cities' Integration Initiative where she conducted key informant interviews during annual site visits as input to evaluative reports focusing on system change resulting from the initiative. She recently contributed to a significant literature review and research effort on behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Devon previously worked at Monitor Company, a global strategic management consulting firm, where she consulted on operational and marketing strategies and played a leadership role in Monitor's internal human asset management department.
Devon holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a B.A., magna cum laude, in Economics and Political Science from Wellesley College.