Jennifer Olejownik, Ph.D, Jennifer holds a doctorate in Cultural/Somatic Studies in Education from the Ohio State University.  She has experience in all phases of qualitative and quantitative research design, sampling and implementation. As a mathematical statistician Jennifer has worked on various projects for local, state and federal agencies from Alaska to Ohio.  Prior to receiving her doctorate, Jennifer designed and implemented evaluations for a variety of disciplines and has held research positions for the U.S. Bureau of the Census, the Ohio Department of Education, and the Ohio State University.  Her current research interests include the mainstreaming of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, food politics, and improving nutrition in schools. 

Wendy C. Naumann, Ph. D., Wendy graduated with her doctorate in school psychology and quantitative and qualitative methods in education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She also has a certificate in nonprofit management, and has participated in nonprofit work in various capacities for the last 15 years. Her nonprofit work includes interpersonal violence, chemical dependency, and special education. She has held academic positions at The University of Memphis and The Ohio State University in the school psychology program. In addition to her work in academia, Wendy has participated in a number of funded projects acting as the program evaluator or statistical consultant.