Cailin Wheeler is a research associate for HSRI’s child and family services research team. She is currently the director of the evaluation of Ohio’s Title IV-E Waiver Demonstration Project, examining the impact of child welfare system reform in 16 participating demonstration counties. As part of the evaluation, HSRI is conducting a process, outcome, and cost study, paying particular attention to the two primary interventions that demonstration counties are implementing—Family Team Meetings and Kinship Supports—in terms of their potential as evidence-based practices. Cailin provides technical assistance related to data systems, continuous quality improvement, and the development of fidelity measures, and has extensive experience communicating findings to stakeholders at the local, state, and federal levels. She also plays a key role in HSRI’s data management team and is experienced in quantitative and qualitative methodology.