Ryan Adomavich edited SQ

Ryan Adomavich

Senior Evaluation Associate

Since 2007, Ryan Adomavich has worked with AMTC in evaluation services. He gained his first evaluation experience through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Center for Urban Initiatives and Research where he worked on survey development and administration and data processing. Adomavich plays an extensive role with AMTC’s overall collection of program data for numerous client projects through the use of online data tracking tools such as the Online Participant Tracking System (OPTS) and the Information, Family Outcomes, Reporting, and Management (nFORM) system. He works closely with AMTC’s data collection software consultants to ensure fluidity and fidelity of AMTC’s web-based OPTS system. Adomavich has worked on more than 50 projects that use OPTS.  He also produces and distributes federal performance measurement data for multiple AMTC client projects via statistical programs such as OMR Remark, Microsoft Excel, and SPSS.

Adomavich has coordinated the pre- and post-program survey production, distribution, collection, and processing for more than 25 AMTC client projects encompassing tens of thousands of surveys. In this role, he provides frequencies, charts, graphs, and outcome reports for survey projects. Adomavich also provides program performance evaluation and support to AMTC client educators and case managers to ensure implementation plans are adhered to and programs are delivered with fidelity. Adomavich provides training and technical assistance to clients in various programmatic areas and has served as an evaluation project liaison to AMTC’s client federally funded adolescent pregnancy prevention and responsible fatherhood programs.

Adomavich has a bachelor’s degree in film studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Adomavich is a certified trainer in several adolescent pregnancy prevention curricula, including Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT), Draw the Line (DTL), and Relationship Smarts Plus (RQ+).


  • Teen Pregnancy Prevention
  • Responsible Fatherhood Education
  • Healthy Marriage/Relationship Education
  • Youth Risk Prevention/Juvenile Delinquency
  • Workforce Development/Transitional Jobs/Vocational Preparedness
  • Substance Abuse
  • Web-based Data Systems including Online Participant Tracking System, Information, Family Outcomes, Reporting and Management (nFORM); Efforts to Outcomes (ETO)
  • Statistical Programs such as OMR Remark, Microsoft Excel and SPSS


  • Program Development, Training, and Management—curriculum, case management, staffing
  • Evaluation Design and Administration – logic model, online database, surveys, focus groups, staff monitoring, fidelity monitoring
  • Federal Grant Data Monitoring, Analyzing, and Reporting
  • Online Data Systems—design, management and monitoring
  • Statistical Processing Software