Amanda is a Research Assistant at Q-Q Research Consultants who supports Research Analysts, Research Managers, and Executives through quantitative and qualitative data collection, data management, and the maintenance of positive and professional communication with clients.
After focusing the totality of her career on community-engagement, Amanda understands the importance of maintaining cultural competence, fostering meaningful and equitable partnerships, and participating in the empowerment of marginalized populations through scientific research and education. Amanda has served in several roles spanning from Undergraduate/Graduate Research Assistant to Project Coordinator for a local community grant. Within these roles, Amanda has participated in survey development, collecting local community data, data analyzation, and the creation of data-driven recommendations to improve community health.
Amanda has published a scholarly article in a peer-reviewed academic journal and presented her research at several local and national conferences, one of which received the Best Interdisciplinary Poster Award. In addition to her research achievements, Amanda also received the Biscayne College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Leader for Life Award from her undergraduate institution.
Amanda holds a master’s degree in Psychological Science from Montana State University.