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PAMELA FRAZIER-ANDERSON, PH.D., is the founder of Kandaki Tech. Kandaki is a responsive website and application design company that creates spaces to positively educate and impact marginalized and vulnerable groups. application and responsive website design company creating sites to positively educate and impact marginalized and vulnerable groups. She is a non-faculty affiliate of the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA) at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign). She has also served as Chief Officer of Educational Services and Community Partnerships for KOOLriculum, Inc., an educational technology company.  

Dr. Frazier-Anderson received her M.Ed. and Ph.D. from Arizona State University in Educational Psychology, with a concentration in School Psychology. She is also a graduate of Spelman College. Her formal training includes the academic, behavioral, and cognitive assessment of children in grades Pre-K through 12, with an emphasis on autism and culturally relevant assessment and teaching practices.

Her experience in charter school settings, as well as the development and implementation of educational programs for non-profit and private organizations, have addressed the needs of youth from underserved populations. Dr. Frazier-Anderson has provided program evaluation assistance to private and public organizations in the areas of survey development and implementation, project development/implementation, program management, program evaluation, and grant proposal development and writing.

Dr. Frazier-Anderson is the co-creator of the ACESAS model, which is a method for conducting culturally responsive program evaluations in educational settings.  Her co-creator for the ACESAS was Dr. Stafford Hood (1952-2023), Founder of the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA) and the Sheila M. Miller Professor Emeritus of Education, Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. This collaboration led to Dr. Frazier-Anderson's current project: EvalCRE.

Dr. Frazier-Anderson was first appointed and then elected to serve as the Co-Chair of the Research on Evaluation Special Interest Group (RoE SIG) of the American Educational Research Association, and is a former Program Chair for the Multiethnic Issues in Evaluation Topical Interest Group of the American Evaluation Association. 

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