Felix Quinones

Senior Research Support Specialist

E-mail: fquinones2@albany.edu
Telephone: (518) 442-3305

Specialization:
Applied Statistics, Program Evaluation, Strategic Planning, Non-Profit Organizational Development, and Youth Development

Projects:
Albany County Equity Agenda
Albany County Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI)
Victim Legal Assistance Network Development

Félix Quiñones started with CHSR as a grad assistant in 2016 and is currently working as a Research Support Specialist. Félix’s career began working with youth development nonprofit organizations in Puerto Rico in the areas of program implementation, evaluation and development, youth development, and data driven organizational decisions. His background includes the development and implementation of community programs focused in the services offered to young individuals, the opportunities available youth have available, and the support that is needed to youth success. He also provided program evaluation, training, consultation, and technical assistance to non-profits organizations and religious organizations.

Félix has been working with applied statistics, program development and evaluation, youth empowerment, and non-profit organizational development since 2009. Prior to joining CHSR, Félix was a Graduate Student at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy at the University at Albany (SUNY).

Félix completed his bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the Turabo University (Caguas, Puerto Rico) and a Master’s degree in non-profit administration from the Sacred Heart University (San Juan, Puerto Rico). He also received a Certificate of Advance Studies in Educational Research from the University at Albany (SUNY). Currently, Félix is a Ph.D. Student in Public Administration with concentration in Non-Profit organizations at the University at Albany.