D3 is excited to announce we have two new hires for Summer 2018 – Samuel Solomon and Josephine Neulen.
Samuel (Sam) Solomon is rejoining D3 after taking time to complete a Fulbright Scholarship studying public opinion measurement in India. He previously worked at D3 as a Research Analyst with a focus on the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Sam is picking up where he left off managing quantitative and qualitative research projects around the world. With his experience in India, he brings valuable knowledge and insight into the challenges faced by Indian survey researchers. We are very pleased Sam decided to continue his career with D3!
Josephine Neulen is joining D3 as an Assistant Research Analyst having just completed her Bachelor’s degree from George Mason University in Government and International Politics, with a Minor in Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Josephine began the summer as a Research Intern with D3 and joins the team full time as she pursues her Master’s degree in Political Science from George Mason University.