I help researchers, technologists and designers

learn to gather human centered data.



Practical workshops to up skill your team on how to design and implement effective research projects.


Research coaching

Available to support ongoing research projects with one-on-one guidance, mentorship and resources.


Ethnographic Skills

Learn observational data collection, interviewing and how to analyze qualitative data.


Make sure your surveys give you useful data by working with me on question design.



"Beth was great at teaching me and my teammates a host of qualitative research skills, in particular how to analyze and make meaning out of complex data. I was impressed at the way she guided us through synthesis so that rather than feeling like work, it was fun and discovery-based. Beth helped us see the many sides of our data and grapple with how to reconcile them.”

Jake Sullivan, Service Design Researcher, Nike HR

"Beth was incredibly helpful in guiding my approach to assessment. As a biologist, I had no familiarity with disciplinary guidelines in a social context, and qualitative research in particular was quite intimidating. Beth’s expert advice allowed me to refine our questions, diversify our methods, explore our data efficiently, and create meaningful reports with confidence.”

Dr. Karen Word, Post Doctoral Scholar, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine



"Beth is extraordinarily skilled at taking mushy, messy qualitative data and turning it into something useful and that you actually want to base your decisions on. She's a savant in all aspects of running a research study and then very capable of structuring the results to make them most applicable to the client. And there's more - Beth is a lovely person who genuinely cares about the people she works with and able to focus on what's going to help them reach their goals.”

Jessica Outlaw, VR/AR Behavioral Scientist and Experience Researcher, The Extended Mind

“Beth and I worked together on a complicated and inspiring project that involved conducting interviews and observations with a highly vulnerable group of people in their workplaces. I asked Beth to work with me because I needed a combination of different skills: warm social skills that put people at ease, critical thinking that analyzes the juxtaposition of context, what people say, what people do, and social structures, as well as a brilliant mind. Beth managed to deliver it all and I would work with her again in a heartbeat :)”

Nazima Kadir, Ph.D. Principal, The October Anthropologist