Victoria Haley is a Research Analyst with extensive experience in data aggregation, secondary data sourcing, instrument development, focus group facilitation, report writing, qualitative and quantitative analyses, data visualization, quality assurance, and more. Victoria is passionate about applying culturally responsive and content appropriate analyses to research and evaluation projects. She has led work domestically and internationally in areas such as Africa, Asia, Central America, South America, and the Pacific Islands. Through her work, she has collaborated with individuals, such as women, youth, and Indigenous communities. Her recent bachelor’s degree in Psychology has led her to tackle research and evaluation projects from an awareness of psychological and neurological processes and helps her to consider mental health as an important aspect of human research. Victoria has also interned and volunteered in several research capacities, including aggregating and summarizing data, researching interdisciplinary subjects, and creating and analyzing surveys for survivors of domestic violence with understanding and empathy.
Victoria holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Washington State University.