QRCA, a global association that recognizes passionate qualitative research professionals, has announced the winners of its 2020 Young Professionals Grant (YPG) Program and Mobiquity is thrilled to announce that one of its up and coming employees has received this honor.
Anna Budny, a User Experience Architect at Mobiquity, was recognized as one of the 2020 Young Professional Grant recipients this month for her dedication to research both in and outside the office.
At Mobiquity, Anna is responsible for applying research methodologies to create streamlined user experiences on a variety of channels for our clients, such as mobile, web, and voice.
Outside of work, Anna is passionate about conducting guerrilla research and volunteering with organizations that help children discover their passion for technology and UX research.
When asked about her love of research by QRCA, Anna said:
“I realized I loved qualitative research when I took my first psychology class in high school. Ever since then I have been fascinated by what I have been able to learn through the in depth qualitative methodologies; the details that go deeper than the numbers and get at the question— why?”
We are proud to have so many innovative, collaborative, and passionate professionals working alongside us at Mobiquity. Congratulations, Anna!
QRCA is at the heart of advancing qualitative research, providing its members with a worldwide qualitative community that is innovative, collaborative and passionate about maximizing the power of qualitative research. QRCA members are professionals who design, conduct, analyze or support the conduct and analysis of qualitative research. They include independent consultants, in-house researchers, agency researchers, project managers, support services, field resources, academics, students and retirees – all passionate about maximizing the impact of qualitative research
About the Young Professionals Grant:
First launched in 2014, the YPG was created to help advance the careers of qualitative researchers aged 35 and younger via access to peer networking and educational sessions at the QRCA Annual Conference. Since the start of the Young Professional Grant Program, 83 research professionals have been given the opportunity to attend the QRCA Annual Conference and network with qualitative researchers from around the world. Two former YPG winners currently serve on the QRCA board with several others in organizational leadership positions.
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