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The Tobacco Evaluator Alliance (TEA) is a community of practice for California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP)-funded evaluators. TEA is a forum for evaluators, facilitated by evaluators, to promote communication, share resources, and troubleshoot real issues in the field.

What Can TEA Do For Me?

Quarterly TEA Meetings

  • Stay up-to-date on advancements in the field.
  • Be the first to know about upcoming training and work opportunities.
  • Share examples, tools, knowledge and capacity building.
  • Become familiar with your colleagues working in the field.

Quarterly TEA meetings take place every fourth Wednesday of February, May, August, and November from 10:00-11:30 AM.

Special Topic Forums

  • In-depth conversations on tobacco control evaluation.
  • Improve your comfort level in addressing new challenges.
  • Develop your expertise in tobacco-evaluation focus areas.
  • Share your knowledge and experience with others to advance the field.
  • Build collaboration with other evaluators and programs.
  • Advance your knowledge of priority populations.

Special topic forums are held on an ad hoc basis and are scheduled based on member interest.

Communication Channel

  • Access to TEA listserv to communicate with other CTCP-funded evaluators.
  • Information about the latest California tobacco evaluation updates.

Not a Member?

To get email notices directly, get on the TEA listserv. Not on the TEA list yet? Sign up here.

Want to send an email to all TEA members?

A new listserv email will be coming soon!

Need More Information?

For more information on the quarterly TEA meeting, contact Jorge Andrews at jtand@ucdavis.edu 530-754-8929.

The Tobacco Evaluator Alliance is available as a resource to all CTCP-funded evaluators.