Christopher DiStasi works within the Research Department, assisting at all levels of Public Agenda’s research projects. He has a background in qualitative and quantitative research, museum work, and communications. He is particularly interested in intersections of public space, cultural identity, and public policy. Christopher is a graduate of the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Religion and History.
Areas of expertise: research design, interviewing, survey analysis, qualitative data analysis, policy reviews, research reviews