The Southeast Evaluation Association (SEA) is a volunteer organization representing and connecting evaluators and evaluation-related professionals from the state, local, government, university, education, and private sectors throughout the southeast United States.
Established in 1986, SEA was formed to foster and promote program evaluation by providing opportunities to evaluation professionals to exchange information and ideas related to evaluation. SEA also encourages the knowledge and use of appropriate evaluation standards by its members.
SEA promotes the sharing, advancement, and dissemination of program evaluation knowledge and best practices across disciplines. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds: policy analysis, auditing, management, education, teaching, consulting, financial services, criminal justice, and social/community services.
Agencies frequently use SEA programs and conferences as low-cost training and networking opportunities for their employees. SEA’s Annual Conference attracts nationally recognized speakers and participants throughout the southeast region. SEA has hosted its annual conference and pre-conference workshop for over 24 years.
SEA is a tax-exempt organization and a recognized regional affiliate of the American Evaluation Association.
To promote improvement and accountability at all levels of policy and programs.
To encourage, stimulate, and provide training for evaluation personnel.
To foster and promote program evaluations by providing opportunities to exchange information and ideas relating to evaluation.
To promote the development of theory and the acquisition of knowledge on which to base professional program evaluations.
To promote the use of standards in the evaluation profession.
(Revised June 2012)
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