At Work

Industry Presentations

Siri has been called upon to speak at industry events:

  • 2010:  Overstimulated?  How A QRC Can (Better) Handle Lots of Stimuli in Groups; QRCA Conference
  • 2004:  Moderating to the Max (with Jean Bystedt and Deborah Potts); QRCA Conference, NY Chapter, Philadelphia Chapter, Washington DC chapter
  • 2001: Unleash the Power of Projectives (with Rosalia Barnes) ; QRCA Conference
  • 2000: Creativity for Moderators (solo); New England Chapter, QRCA
  • 2000: Co-Chair of the QRCA conference
  • 1999: Creativity for Qualitative Researchers (with Maureen Olsen) ; QRCA Conference
  • 1997: An Introduction to Projective Techniques “Revisited” (with Jean Bystedt) ; QRCA Conference
  • 1996: Hands On: Experience New Techniques in a Safe Environment (with Suzette de Vogelaere) ; QRCA Conference
  • 1995: An Introduction to Projective Techniques (with Jean Bystedt); QRCA Conference

Author:

Moderating to the Max:
A Full-Tilt Guide to Create, Insightful Focus Groups and Depth Interviews

Siri is extremely flexible in her approach to research in that she can adapt to the changing needs clients or circumstances of the research itself. Her cheerful and engaging demeanor automatically attracts respondents—no matter their background, age or gender, and encourages them to open up. It also makes her clients feel at ease and recognize that they have a partner in the research process.

Abby Posner
DDB Needham