The nature-society working group would like to invite you to a survey workshop with Justin Archer and Louisa Holmes on Friday, Nov 19., 11-12:30 PM EST.
Our panelists will offer 15-20 minute presentations on survey methods, from developing instruments to sampling and implementation in the field. The remaining time will be given to discussion or Q&A. The goal is to give space to those of us who want further discussion and insights into field research and use of surveys.
Justin Archer is the Lead for Global Quantitative Research at Women's World Banking. Prior to joining the organization, he worked as a research consultant for the World Bank, Population Services International, Marie Stopes International, and many other international development organizations. Before consulting, he lived in Ghana for 2 years while managing micro-savings RCT projects for Innovations for Poverty Action. He received a Master's of Science in Public Policy and Management from the Heinz College at Carnegie Mellon University and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Gettysburg College.
Louisa Holmes is a health geographer and demographer in our department, who also has extensive experience working with survey data, particularly probabilistic and representative studies on topics of health.
For more information and the Zoom session link, contact Zach Goldberg.