"Limetree has been a pleasure to work with on evaluation of the Farm to Work program. They are engaged, responsive, thorough, timely, and care about the program. I enthusiastically recommend them for evaluation of any health behavior or environmental approach."

Christina Thi, MPH, RD, LD
Obesity Prevention Coordinator, Obesity Prevention Program Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section Texas Department of State Health Services

"Dr. Horton and Dr. Loyo have deep knowledge and enthusiasm for incorporating innovative and mixed-methods into the design, implementation, and evaluation of large-scale studies."

Denise Herrera, Ph.D.
Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

"Jennifer and Karissa, co-founders of Limetree Research, continually go the extra mile to design, implement, analyze and report research evaluation outcomes and findings in a professional, but yet personable manner."

Connie Merriman, M.S.
Senior Advisor, Health Planning Chickasaw Nation Division of Health, Nutrition Services

"The professionalism and integrity of the staff of Limetree is evident in the high quality of the work they deliver."

Margaret Murphy
Retired Director, New Hampshire WIC

"Karissa and Jennifer have embraced the Walk with a Doc mission and goals since day one. Their perspective and expertise is unveiling meaningful data which we believe will take us to the next level."

Rachael Habash, MA
Executive Director, Walk with a Doc

Selected Projects

We have had the distinct honor of working with clients who are passionate about their work. It is truly a pleasure to collaborate with professionals at the organizations listed below. Let's add your name to this list!

Evaluation of the Chickasaw Nation WIC Campaign to Increase Family Mealtime

Evaluability Assessment of the Walk with a Doc program funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Texas WIC | University of Texas at Austin Participant Retention Study

Physician Training on Infant Formula Curriculum Development Project for Texas WIC

Market Research and Evaluation Vendor, Texas Health and Human Services Commission

USDA Western Region WIC Technology and Innovations Project: Enhancing Participant Services through Electronic Technologies with Alaska WIC, American Samoa WIC, Arizona WIC, California WIC, Guam WIC, Hawaii WIC, Idaho WIC, Northern Mariana Islands WIC, Nevada WIC, Oregon WIC, and Washington WIC

Training Vendor for the State of Arizona

Evaluation of the Texas WIC Innovation Centers Initiative

Program evaluation consultant for the University of Texas at Austin Moody College of Communication research study, “A Comprehensive Communication Based Non-Profit Study of the Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Model and Evaluation of the MDT Enhancement Program” funded by the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas

Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Social Media Strategic Services Project

Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Series of Online Group Nutrition Education Sessions to Increase WIC Participant Retention Rates for Arizona WIC - WIC Special Projects Grant funded by the USDA

Needs Assessment Evaluation of Parental Attitudes and Beliefs regarding Middle School Education for Austin International School- subcontracted by Steel Branding

Texas Health and Human Services Commission Website Usability Evaluation and Redesign Study - subcontracted by Steel Branding to evaluate how current HHSC websites are used and how they may be improved to facilitate easier access to program information and resources

Texas WIC Infant Formula Cost Containment Study in collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin

Arizona WIC Media Campaign Concept Testing — assess WIC-eligible moms’ preferences for concepts of a new statewide media campaign, subcontracted by Moses

University of Texas at Austin Department of Kinesiology and Health Education Texas Department of State and Health Services (DSHS) | Sustainable Food Center, Summative Evaluation of the Texas DSHS Farm-to-Work Program

Arizona WIC Statewide Attitude Barriers and Beliefs Study — used to inform development of a new statewide media campaign to increase participation in Arizona WIC, subcontracted by Moses

New Hampshire WIC Statewide Evaluation of Participant Centered Services and Funding Strategy Study, Strategic Planning Services, Getting to the Heart of the Matter and Influence Training

Western Michigan University and WIChealth.org - Text Messaging Health Behavior Change Projects for Illinois WIC and Michigan WIC: Eat Well, Spend Less; Increasing Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among 1 to 5 year old children


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