Becki is a research methodologist with expertise in demographic analysis, data evaluation, data processing, and data linkage. In the last 10 years she has contributed to various NORC projects using address-based sample design, sample selection, data monitoring, and spatial data analysis.
Becki has contributed to major NORC studies such as The National Children’s Study (NCS) integrating environmental, demographic, and geospatial data sets. She has worked on The National Immunization Survey (NIS) cleaning and producing data sets and creating maps of vaccination rates. She has also worked on the Survey of Consumer Finance (SCF) conducting incentive analysis, data quality analysis, and data delivery protocols. She has designed and implemented sampling strategies for multiple NORC studies.
Becki has over 19 years of experience in conducting social science research and visualization of geospatial data through mapping.
Loyola University of Chicago
Honors & Awards
Best Traditional Poster for Challenges in Linking Demographic Data at Different Geographic Levels | 2017
Joint Statistical Meetings Section on Survey Research Methods (SRMS)
Multimode Questionnaire and Biomeasure Data Collection with Older Adults: Round Four of the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project
Sample Design and Implementation for the Fourth Round of the National Social Life, Health and Aging Project: Remote Data Collection During COVID-19
NSHAP Remote Data Collection: Web Survey Experiences among Older Adults
The Collection of Remote Biomeasures for the 2020-2021 Pretest of the National Social Life, Health, and Aging Project: Design and Mode Considerations
NSHAP COVID-19 Study: Transitioning an In-Person Survey of Older Adults to Multi-Mode Data Collection