Maxwell Matite, Research Analyst with 2M Research, has experience in several aspects of qualitative and quantitative data collection and policy analysis, including conducting literature reviews, data cleaning, qualitative and quantitative data analysis, developing survey instrument and protocols, sampling, focus groups, site visits, and writing project reports. He also has experience providing data collection technical assistance to government agencies and their grantees. Mr. Matite works on projects focused on examining socioeconomic issues faced by vulnerable populations, including people with disabilities, low income communities, children, women, and immigrants. He has conducted numerous site visits, cognitive interviews, and focus groups for various projects evaluating government programs, including, Colorado Collaborative Management Program (CMP) Evaluation, Evaluation of the Accessibility of American Job Centers for Persons with Disabilities, and Add-Us-In Evaluation.
Prior to joining 2M, Mr. Matite worked at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) where he conducted literature reviews for various projects, including women and business ownership, overtime and wage theft, and gender wage gap. He also conducted analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) occupational earnings statistics, adjusted historical earnings data to current year, and prepared graphs and figures. Mr. Matite’s experience also includes comprehensive training in public policy at Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School, where he completed rigorous course work in microeconomics, advance statistics, and policy analysis. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Economics from American University.