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Stan Yoder

Biography Stan Yoder is a social anthropologist with 30 years experience conducting research in more than 20 countries in Africa on topics ranging from childhood illness and treatment, family planning, the practice of traditional healers, health program evaluation, HIV/AIDS, and female genital cutting. His areas of particular expertise lie in HIV/AIDS prevention in Africa, research methodology, the formulation of survey

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Patricia Ensworth

Biography Patricia Ensworth is a business anthropologist with more than 25 years of leadership and management experience for diverse teams in global organizations. Her career has focused upon the development and implementation of innovative technologies that produce new products and services, transforming work process communities and customer experiences. Her publications and conference presentations provide information for technical professionals, anthropologists, and

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Laurie Schwede

BiographyLaurie Schwede has worked for the U.S. Census Bureau for over 25 years. She currently works as a social science research analyst in the Bureau’s Center for Survey Management.

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Ellen Puccia

BiographyEllen’s expertise is all areas of qualitative research methods. Her research background includes educational issues, such as technical/vocational education, educational policy evaluation, and multicultural education; organizational culture, specifically high technology workplaces and the work of women; migrant and immigrant issues, especially involving education and work; child mental health, especially traumatic stress; sex and gender studies; and international tourism and development.

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Adam Koons

BiographyFor more than 35 years, including 20 years overseas, in the public, private and non-profit sectors Adam Koons has focused his career and passion on successfully assisting the world’s most vulnerable and marginalized people through leadership in poverty reduction and disaster response and humanitarian programs around the world.

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Tim McKeown

BiographyDr C. Timothy McKeown is a legal anthropologist whose career has focused exclusively on the development and use of explicit ethnographic methodologies to document the cultural knowledge of communities and use that knowledge to enhance policy development and implementation. He has been intimately involved in the documentation and application of indigenous knowledge to the development of U.S. repatriation policy since

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NAPA Careers Expo Profile: Melissa Cefkin, President of EPIC

Click on the link below to see the latest NAPA Careers Expo profile!  This post features Melissa Cefkin, President of EPIC (Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference).

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NAPA Careers Expo Profile: Laurie Krieger

Click on the link below to see the latest NAPA Careers Expo profile!  This post features Laurie Krieger, Senior Advisor, Health and Social Science at The Manoff Group.    

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NAPA CAREER EXPO PROFILES: Anthropologist Elizabeth Schill on her experience at Deloitte

Here’s a new interview from the NAPA interview series on our LinkedIn site.  In this post, Kristin Keller interviews Elizabeth Schill, an anthropologist at the consulting firm Deloitte. You can connect with us on LinkedIn at   As a Senior Consultant in the Federal Human Capital Practice at Deloitte, Elizabeth Schill works with the U.S. government to assess the supply

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LinkedIn Series Interview for July 16

The bi-weekly NAPA interview series on our LinkedIn page this week features a brief interview with Patricia Sunderland of Practica Group LLC. Patricia highlights some points about anthropology and consumer research, and tips out how to get there. To see the interview go to the LinkedIn page and look for the “NAPA Career Expo Profiles” headline, or follow the link below:

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