Ph.D. in Public Policy, 1999.
Master's degree: Public Administration, Harvard University Kennedy School of Government in Public Administration.
Present job: Senior Consultant, TCC Group.
Previous jobs: Research and Evaluation Officer, the Communities team at the Wallace Foundation; Director, Research at the Asian American Federation of New York; Adjunct professor, Robert Milano Graduate School of Urban Policy and Management of the New School University.
Research Interests: program evaluation, research, policy analysis, policy advocacy evaluation, and capacity building.
- Sim, S., and Peng C. "Lessons Learned from a Program to Sustain Health Care Coverage after September 11th in New York City's Chinatown" (with Peng C.) New York, NY: The Commonwealth Fun. # 739. July 2004.
- Sim, S., Chung I., Inman A., Peng C., and Yeh C. "Asian American Mental Health: A Post-September 11th Needs Assessment" (with Peng C., Chung I, Inman A, Yeh C.) New York, NY: Asian American Federation of New York, September 2003.
Dissertation title: New federalism at work?: The case of the alcohol and drug abuse block grant and substance abuse spending in the American states.
Dissertation supervisors: Professor Patrick Wong and Professor Shama Gamkhar