Brief • 10 min Read
Endlessly curious, Michele has worked in research for over 25 years. She regularly consults with corporate, nonprofit, academic and government clients to provide a full range – qualitative and quantitative – of marketing research services across a range of topics.
Michele’s expertise lies in developing research-based consulting programs to support strategic communications campaigns. These engagements serve multiple purposes, helping clients tell their story and enhance their reputations with research for public release, shaping the nature of public debate via public opinion research and providing messaging support for public affairs purposes to influence policy and legislative efforts.
he had been fortunate to work with clients such as the American Heart Association, the American Psychological Association, Randstad and Newsweek magazine, among others. Michele has led research that has been published in mainstream media, academic publications, and conferences.
In addition to her role at The Harris Poll, Michele is an Adjunct Instructor at the Fox School of Business at Temple University where she teaches courses on Marketing Research and Consumer Buying Behavior to undergraduate and graduate students.
Michele holds a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and a B.A. in Psychology from Hunter College, City University of New York.
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