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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Nina Page

Posted on December 17, 2021 by -

Nina Page is a research assistant with experience in qualitative data collection and analysis, project management, and report writing. She currently supports projects for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), and the U.S. Department of Education.

Nina supports the Student Engagement and Attendance Center project, managing the flow of deliverables to maintain timeliness and quality, and she writes reports for the Region 5 Comprehensive Center project. Nina also supports FNS’s project on Modernizing Channels of Communication for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Disaster-SNAP Best Practices project, conducting qualitative data collection and analysis through coding with NVivo.

Prior to joining Insight, Nina developed a qualitative research project that investigated the digital presence of black women in academia on Twitter at the Department of Sociology at the University of Maryland, College Park. She wrote a 32-page research thesis on her findings and presented her work at two national conferences. Nina was selected as an alternate candidate for the 2021–22 Fulbright grant to broaden her research focus to include the presence of Afro-Surinamese women in the Netherlands. She graduated with honors with a B.A. in English language and literature and sociology at the University of Maryland-CP in College Park, Maryland.