Diagnostics and Measurement Consultant
Beata Kozak is a part of Senn Delaney culture diagnostics and measurement team. She supports clients in their culture transformation efforts by identifying and measuring quantitative indicators of change. Being involved in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, Beata helps discover clear strategic priorities, strengths and weaknesses of each organization and drivers of cultural transformation.
Prior to joining Senn Delaney, Beata worked for Hughes Research Worldwide based in Rockville, Maryland where, as a senior project director, she managed qualitative and quantitative projects in respect to client contact and liaison, budgeting, project design, sampling, field coordination and report writing. She received highest customer satisfaction reviews of her projects in education and medical, energy and automobile industry. Prior to this position, Beata was a data resource manager at the Survey Research Center at the University of Maryland at College Park, an innovative opinion polling center, where she designed and managed mail and telephone surveys for government, academic, business and non-profit organizations.
Beata graduated with Bachelor of Arts in sociology with minor in statistics from University of Maryland at College Park and completed graduate classes at the Joint Program in Survey Methodology at University of Maryland at College Park.
Beata resides in the northern suburb of Washington, DC with her husband and two children. To balance her life, she volunteers at her kids' schools and local community. Currently she serves as a secretary to board of directors for Restore for Live, a non-profit organization with the purpose of helping the underprivileged population of teen mothers. In her free time, she enjoys reading, French cooking, exploring new places, yoga and sunsets.