Jaclyn Schiessl has worked with AMTC in a variety of capacities since 2012. She has provided program implementation, direction, and support in developing performance measurement, program fidelity, and evaluation systems for federally funded programs. She has provided leadership and support for client programs and evaluation reports in the areas of adolescent pregnancy prevention, healthy marriage and relationship education, responsible fatherhood, adult mentoring, offender reentry, substance abuse, mental health, and workforce development programs.
Schiessl serves as the evaluation project liaison to assigned AMTC clients for whom she provides training and technical assistance as it relates to project implementation and development, as well as fiscal management. In this role she also manages evaluation efforts and web-based data systems to conform with funder requirements, monitors program performance, analyzes data, and produces funder-required data reports and statistical reports on evaluation results. She also oversees the work of independent evaluators.
Schiessl has experience as a Contract Compliance Auditor with the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division (MC BHD) auditing the extensive MC BHD Contract Partner Network to observe, require, and maintain compliance within both state and MC BHD indicators. She has also worked for Easter Seals of Southeast Wisconsin as the Grant and Outcome Measurement Coordinator, and the Innocence Project New Orleans as the Program Manager where she developed and oversaw the implementation of funding sources throughout the organizations. She applies skills learned in these roles to her work at AMTC.
Schiessl earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. She has completed certification in areas including trauma-informed care and motivational interviewing.