Brianna Shaw is a Research Analyst at EurekaFacts. She monitors the lifecycle of research projects, corresponds with clients to ensure their needs are met, and assists high profile participants with government data requests. Bri monitors recruitment, conducts cognitive and usability interviews, codes, cleans and analyzes data, writes reports, and constructs deliverables. She also develops recruitment materials, produces and programs surveys, develops technical project checklists to standardize data collection, trains internal and external staff to use developed materials, and programs Excel databases to automatically manage, sort, track and analyze project-specific data.
At Washington and Lee University, Bri worked as a student assistant in the psychology department and as a research assistant in the health psychology lab. She was an urban policy researcher for poverty and human capabilities studies, a space syntax and urban stress researcher in the psychology department, an urban demographics and psychosocial outcomes researcher in the sociology and anthropology department. Bri was a creativity studies co-researcher in the psychology department and a Bonner Leader in Rockbridge County. She was an unconscious capability studies researcher in Denmark, a media impact researcher in the psychology department, and a Shepard intern for Church On The Street.
Bri earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Washington and Lee University. Read more about her impact at Washington and Lee here. She also studied and researched the Cognitive Neuroscience of Consciousness, Neuroimaging of the Diseased Brain, Developmental Disorders, and Danish during a semester in Denmark.