Roy Feldman, Ph.D. is president of Behavior Analysis In NY, LLC. Prior to this work he held appointments at MIT and Harvard. He has been a Fulbright Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University. Feldman has been Director of Research for the American Institute for Research in the Behavioral Sciences/Cambridge Office. He is a specialist in implementation analysis and in the evaluation of education, health, and human service programs. Many of these programs are in the areas of social services including health related services, educational achievement, substance abuse prevention, health promotion, and employment and training programs. Feldman has done work on organizational climate including recommendations for organizational change. He works with foundations, community-based organizations, schools, health service institutions and educational organizations to clarify and assesses organizational mission, organizational structure, and strategy, and to facilitate and assess program implementation and program impact. He has done work for the Atlantic Philanthropies, the Langeloth Foundation, the W.T. Grant Foundation, the John A Hartford Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Fan Fox and Leslie Samuels Foundation, and the United Hospital Fund, which helped them design evaluations and assess programs. Feldman has worked closely with a variety of community organizations including El Centro del Cardenal, East Boston Social Centers and the Laboré Center in Boston, the Mexican American Unity Council in San Antonio, the Watts Labor Community Action Committee in Los Angeles, People's Development Corporation in the South Bronx and community based organizations affiliated with the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church.
Over the past eighteen years, Behavior Analysis has conducted evaluations of a variety of community-based programs within Hispanic, Caucasian, and African-American communities. He has done this for foundation-funded programs in San Antonio and Seguin Texas and for federally funded programs in Boston's South End, in South Boston, and for Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion, also in Boston. He was a member of the Educational Methods Support Committee of the New Pathway Project in General Medical Education at the Harvard Medical School and helped evaluate the innovative Longitudinal Introduction to Clinical Medicine at Harvard. He has evaluated medical school curriculum innovations for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with Dr. Gordon T. Moore et al. He helped evaluate six palliative care programs for the United Hospital Fund in New York. Dr. Feldman is a member of the American Evaluation Association, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the American Psychological Society, the American Public Health Association and the American Sociological Association. He is an elected member of the Council of the Sociological Practice Section of ASA (since August, 2007). He has been Chair of the Sociological Practice and Public Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association (2009-2010).