In my consulting work, I use the tools of qualitative social science – asking critical questions, data gathering, and clear writing – to help organizations, innovators, and scholars tell their stories.
Do you want to document the impacts your program is having, identify areas for improvement, or explore which strategies will most resonate with your target audience? I do applied research to help you with evaluation, assessment, and planning.
I have conducted research projects for the Southwest Folklife Alliance, American Jewish World Service, the Spirituality Initiative of Hebrew Union College, the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, and the Brawerman Fellowship of the Greater Los Angeles Jewish Federation.
My current projects include an evaluation of training programs at the Center for Pastoral Education, Jewish Theological Seminary; and a study on Jewish religious environmentalism, as part of the research program of Beyond Secularization: A New Approach to the Study of Religion, Science and Technology in Public Life, Arizona State University.
Are you writing a book or article, and want help fine-tuning your word choices, checking your grammar and spelling, or defining the flow of your argument? I can help with developmental and copy editing to help you achieve clarity of language, content, and structure.
My most recent editing work included an international collection of articles about the anthropology of grief.
Contact me and let’s have a conversation about what we can accomplish together.