As Vice President, Insights & Strategy, Jen has significant experience managing a variety of quantitative projects including segmentation studies, brand tracking and message testing. Jen leads broad, complex quantitative studies for global organizations such as Target, Best Buy, Pfizer and Coca-Cola and is involved in many of Kelton’s mixed methodology projects.
Jen’s classic, methodical research process stems from her days at the renowned RAND Corporation, where she worked as a survey coordinator on both large scale, longitudinal studies as well as shorter, fast-paced projects to inform policy for clients such as the Department of Defense and the National Institute of Health. Jen received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Richmond and a Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Virginia.
An avid runner, she is always contemplating which marathon to run next. Jen has also recently become a coffee aficionado since she commutes to Kelton’s New York office from Philadelphia several days a week and needs help to cope with the early morning train rides.
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