How can nonprofits leverage their knowledge, experience, and data to have greater impact and recognition in a competitive marketplace?
How can nonprofits better leverage their knowledge, experience, and data to have greater impact?
Join us to gain actionable insights from Kate Vasiloff of Untold Research, a women-owned small business specializing in helping non-profits leverage research to reach their goals. We will explore affordable ways research can be used to expand non-profits’ reach and impact, inform strategic decision making, and maximize information already at your fingertips. Come discover new ways to help your non-profit organization grow and thrive!
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About our speaker:
Kate Vasiloff has conducted qualitative and quantitative research for almost 15 years, from developing survey instruments and sampling plans to overseeing data collection, analyzing and distilling the findings to report production and presentation. As a co-founder of Untold Research, her portfolio of research topics and clients are as broad as they are varied and include large and small NGOs, like UNICEF and Women’s Equality Center, government agencies, like the U.S. and British Embassies, and unions and associations, like the Guild of Music Supervisors and the Global Business Travel Association. Research topics range from message testing on emergency contraception in Honduras to measuring public opinion on credible sources of information in Ethiopia to conducting compensation and benefits research in the United States. Originally from Sarasota, Florida, Kate earned a Master’s Degree in Survey Methodology from the University of Connecticut and a Bachelor’s Degree in both English Language and Literature and Religious Studies from the University of Virginia. She resides in Arlington, Virginia, with my dog, Lincoln.