We are pleased to announce that Insight Policy Research was acquired by Westat, effective June 15, 2022. Branded as “Westat Insight,” we are currently operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of Westat and continue to provide our clients with the best-in-class services they have come to expect. Our combined experience now offers expanded expertise in health, education, and social policy as well as deeper methodological skills in survey research, evaluation, data analytics, and technical assistance. Learn more here.
We are pleased to announce that Insight Policy Research was acquired by Westat, effective June 15, 2022. Branded as “Westat Insight,” we are currently operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of Westat and continue to provide our clients with the best-in-class services they have come to expect. Our combined experience now offers expanded expertise in health, education, and social policy as well as deeper methodological skills in survey research, evaluation, data analytics, and technical assistance. Learn more here.
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Kathy Wroblewska

Posted on September 11, 2017 by -

Kathy Wroblewska is a mixed-methods researcher with strong expertise in the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service programs such as the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

At Insight, Kathy serves as project director for the WIC Waivers Reporting Project and The Role of Job Search as a SNAP Employment and Training Component. She is also the deputy project director for the Study to Measure the Cost of the Thrifty Food Plan in Puerto Rico, and she provides qualitative support for several other FNS projects.

Prior to joining Insight, Kathy interned at Washington’s Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and was a SNAP outreach coordinator with the Greater Chicago Food Depository, working to improve program access and connecting eligible individuals with benefits. She holds an M.P.P. from Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy.