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Ms. Anneliese Oppenheim founded Oppenheim Research in 1989 after amassing 18 years experience in the field of survey analysis and opinion research. Her work has included public opinion polling, policy study, program evaluation, and product and advertising research. She was formerly research associate and director of field operations for the Policy Sciences Program of Florida State University in Tallahassee. Ms. Oppenheim holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education with a concentration in statistics from Florida State University.
Daisy White serves as the Oppenheim Research Fieldwork Supervisor. She is responsible for hiring and coordinating all personnel activities. As a supervisor, she has worked on a variety of research studies for more than ten years for Oppenheim Research. She is responsible for overseeing all field work including monitoring and training interviewers, survey administration, and quality assurance. She has supervised statewide employment surveys, customer satisfaction surveys, complex health surveys, and electric cooperative studies to mention just a few. Ms. White is fully trained and experienced with using Computer Assisted Telephone Inquiry surveying software, as well as with other softwares and specific research guidelines for data collection. Ms. White holds an A. S. Degree in Business Management from Tallahassee Community College. Daisy also holds numerous certifications in leadership, diversity, personnel liability, records management, excel, and supervising.
Jocelyn Reynolds has served as the research assistant to Ms. Oppenheim for nearly two years. She is responsible for data and sample management, CATI system and web survey programming, report preparation and analysis, and information technology support. Ms. Reynolds recently graduated from Florida State University (FSU) in 2015 with a dual bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and Spanish. While at FSU, she assisted with a number of extensive research studies, including research on bilingual educational programs in Florida for the FSU Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, involving both quantitative and qualitative analysis techniques. She also assisted with research studies on migrant worker health outcomes for the FSU Department of Family and Child Sciences. During her time at Oppenheim Research, she won the 2017 Roper Fellow Award from the American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), which recognizes outstanding newcomers to the survey research field. She also holds a certification in designing web pages.