Peter Power is a business consultant in the Community Services unit at Children’s Wisconsin. His primary role involves measuring performance and improving outcomes-based decision-making within the organization’s community service programs. With the Institute for Child and Family Well-Being, Peter conducts analyses aimed at improving the quality of services to children and their families.
Prior to joining Children’s, Peter worked as a researcher on evaluation projects at the University of Chicago’s policy research center Chapin Hall Center for Children. Other experiences include more than ten years administrative work with a non-profit adoption agency based in New York City. He also served for four years on the executive committee of the North American Council on Adoptable Children, an adoption advocacy group in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Peter received his master’s degree in social work from the School of Social Work at the University of Connecticut, and an MBA from Suffolk University in Boston.