Manager, Quantitative Research
As a Quantitative Research Manager, Tess manages the entire project process, from initiation to insight-sharing. Naturally curious (with a tendency for getting lost in Wikipedia searches), Tess combines her passion for numbers and human behavior to help provide story-driven strategic insights for clients.
Prior to joining Kelton, Tess was a Senior Account Executive at Hall & Partners, where she worked across the entire breadth of quantitative research projects, leading creative development, copy-tests, global brand trackers, market entry studies, and sponsorship effectiveness studies for several major clients.
Tess received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Art History from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (Go Blue!) where she uncovered her love of Degas’ work, and studied for 5 months in Rome, where she uncovered her love of pizza. In her free time, she can be found walking around the city aimlessly for hours (in inappropriate shoes, sorry mom), attempting to perfect the scrambled egg, and searching for the closest Mister Softee truck.
Facing The Women's Empathy Gap
As the role and plight of women has come into focus in recent months, we’ve begun to question whether our perceptions of women in the workplace are skewed by our own positive experiences in the research field.