Christopher DiStasi assists at all levels of Public Agenda’s research projects including project design, administration, data collection, and analysis. He has a background in qualitative and quantitative research and is trained in facilitation and deliberative engagement. Christopher previously worked as an intern at the polling and market research firm Zogby International and at the Rochester Museum & Science Center, on stakeholder engagement initiatives. Christopher has a B.A. from the University of Rochester in history and religion.
Areas of expertise: research design, interviewing, survey analysis, qualitative data analysis, policy reviews, research reviews