Who We Are

Temple NEST is proud to introduce the members of its team. NEST brings together university faculty, staff and community partners to offer nonprofits expertise and research-based knowledge for increasing program effectiveness and building organizational capacity.

 

Christina ReardonChristina Reardon, MSW, LSW
Research Associate III
ccreardon@temple.edu

Christina Reardon, MSW, LSW, is a research associate at Temple University Harrisburg's Nonprofit Evaluation Services and Training (NEST). She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Marquette University and a Master of Social Work degree from Temple University. She contributes to multiple evaluation projects and performs community outreach. She uses her journalism background to support Temple University Harrisburg in qualitative research and preparing reports for public consumption. In addition, she has organized several training events, including a summit on problem gambling and a community conference on addictions. 

 

Tamar Wallace

Tamar Wallace, MSHDFS
Research Associate III
tamar.wallace@temple.edu

Tamar Wallace is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University where she earned a Master's degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Prior to this Tamar received a Bachelor's of Science in Marketing and Business Administration. As a research associate at Temple University Harrisburg she currently specializes in helping local nonprofit and governmental organizations measure their impact.  Her unique combination of experiences in nonprofit, marketing, and intervention research make her perfectly situated to help nonprofits develop capacity and cultivate relationships with key stakeholders.