Emily GeisenRTI International
Emily Geisen is a survey methodologist at RTI International with more than 10 years of experience designing methodological research studies, pretesting survey instruments, managing data collection efforts, and analyzing survey data. She is the manager of RTI’s cognitive/usability laboratory and specializes in evaluating survey instruments to improve data quality and reduce respondent burden. Ms. Geisen has taught short courses such as Introduction to Focus Groups and Introduction to Usability Testing for Survey Researchers at the University of North Carolina’s Odum Institute. Ms. Geisen received her B.A. in Psychology and Statistics at Mount Holyoke College, and received her M.S. in Survey Methodology from the University of Michigan’s Program in Survey Methodology where she was an Angus Campbell fellow.