Alisú Schoua-Glusberg, Principal

Dr. Alisú Schoua-Glusberg  is a cultural/linguistic anthropologist (Northwestern University, Ph.D. 1985) specializing in quantitative and qualitative data collection from hard-to-reach and immigrant populations in the U.S. She has worked in survey research since 1984. In the last 30 years she has directed projects at the National Opinion Research Center, Harvard University Medical School, Metropolitan Chicago Information Center IMPAQ International, and Research Support Services Inc. (a firm she founded in 1996). Dr. Schoua-Glusberg has specialized in research studies with Hispanic populations, and in particular with Latin American immigrants. She is recognized for her expertise in methodology for instrument translations and cognitive testing of translated survey instruments.