Ms. Kidd provides program evaluation technical assistance and co-designs training materials for Amendment 35 programs funded by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. She received a MA in Anthropology from Wake Forest University and a BS in Anthropology from James Madison University. She has more than ten years of experience providing technical assistance on a variety of topics, from local policy change to program evaluation. She was previously a technical assistance provider for a national evaluation of a Head Start program, working with Head Start centers across the country. She also worked with Get R!EAL, a program modeled after the Truth Campaign, that guided youth coalitions to pass local tobacco control policies, and recently provided technical assistance to five Colorado municipalities toward enactment of Colorado’s first retail tobacco licenses. She has two young children. In her free time, of which she has none, she enjoys trail running and mountain biking.