The Research Extension of Weber State University’s Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) works in partnership with United Way of Northern Utah in evaluating and analyzing survey results, statistics, programs, and interventions for the Ogden United Promise Neighborhood project.
Azenett A. Garza Caballero, Ph.D.
Community Research Director, Center for Community Engaged Learning
Data Management Director, Ogden United PN
Azenett oversees the data collection, management, analysis, and reporting of results for programs and interventions for the Ogden United PN initiative. She also supervises and mentors many Weber State University students who work and volunteer to help advance OUPN projects. An Ogden resident, Azenett and her husband, Aaron, have four beautiful children. Azenett holds a Doctoral degree from the University of Texas at El Paso in Applied Experimental Psychology. In addition to working with Promise Neighborhoods, Azenett is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Weber State University where she has been teaching since 2002.
Data Analyst, Center for Community Engaged Learning
Originally from New York and New Jersey, Yesenia graduated from Weber State University in Spring of 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and a minor in Family Studies and is currently pursuing a Master’s of Education in Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics, and Assessment from the University of Illinois at Chicago. In her work as a Data Analyst for the Center for Community Engaged Learning, on of her roles is managing and analyzing the data for the Ogden United PN Initiative. Previously, she worked with the State GEAR UP grant in Education Access and Outreach as a College Access Advisor and later on as the Data Specialist at Weber State University. When not at work, Yesenia loves spending her free time with her husband Luis and their two children.