Stephanie Shipp    (3VZX)

Stephanie Shipp, Director, Impact Analysis Office, Technology Innovation Program and Senior Researcher, Science & Technology Policy Institute    (3VZV)

Stephanie Shipp is on a one-year detail at the Science & Technology Policy Institute, which is part of the Institute for Defense Analysis. She is a senior research analyst for economics, energy, and technology assessment. Dr. Shipp’s primary focus is on evaluation of federal science and technology funding. Since 2000, Dr. Shipp has been the Director of the Economic Assessment Office in the Advanced Technology Program (now the Impact Analysis Office in the Technology Innovation Program) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. In that position she directs economic research and program evaluation, including surveys, benefit-cost studies, and other analyses that examine individual project and overall program performance. Prior to that, Dr. Shipp managed economic analysis programs at the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Federal Reserve Board. Dr. Shipp was elected a Fellow of the American Statistical Association in 2002 and was the recipient of the ASA Jeanne Griffith Mentoring award in 2007. She received a Ph.D. in economics from George Washington University with specialties in public finance and demography. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in economics from Trinity College, Washington D.C.    (3VZW)