Kimberly Boller is Chief Strategy and Evaluation Officer at The Nicholson Foundation. She studies the effects of early childhood care and education, parenting programs, and policy on children and parents. Her expertise includes measurement of program fidelity, implementation, and quality; child outcomes from infancy through early elementary school; and parent well-being and self-sufficiency. Her current research in the United States focuses on Early Head Start; home visiting to prevent child maltreatment; and child care quality, rating, and improvement systems (QRIS). She has conducted research on early childhood services and systems in more than 10 countries.
Boller received her Ph.D. in Developmental and Cognitive Psychology from Rutgers University.