Marilia Mochel
Marilia Mochel, M.A.

Marilia Mochel has 15 years of experience as a social researcher. Over the past decade, she has led or supported many federal research and evaluation projects in the areas of employment and training, adult education, disability, food and nutrition, and public research investments. Ms. Mochel has successfully led all stages of program evaluations, including evaluation design and development, implementing multiple data collection efforts, data analysis, and reporting. Her work encompasses qualitative and quantitative approaches, with experience in data analysis, surveys, interviews, focus groups, and document review. Ms. Mochel has been a primary author or editor of reports, briefs, and literature reviews connected with her project work.

In recent years, Ms. Mochel’s work has focused on labor and workforce development research and technical assistance. She currently manages a large technical assistance effort to accelerate the expansion of apprenticeships in high-growth industries for the Employment and Training Administration at the U.S. Department of Labor.  


Florida International University
M.A., Political Science
Universidade de Brasilia
B.A., International Relations