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Alyssa Menard

Market Research Associate

Alyssa Menard

As a market research associate with FMI, Alyssa is responsible for conducting primary and secondary research around market trends within the AEC industry and built environment. Her primary objective is to ensure best practices in the collection, management, analysis and interpretation of data for content development within the organization.

Prior to joining FMI, Alyssa worked as a field research coordinator, managing a team of field researchers for a nonprofit organization focused in community engagement through the arts. She also worked as a research assistant and has experience conducting advanced analyses, investigating data trends and presenting research findings. Alyssa has a demonstrated passion for data and an ability to synthesize and communicate analytic information for a broad range of audiences.

Alyssa earned her master’s in sociology, specializing in quantitative research methods, from the University of Colorado Denver, where she conducted research using multinomial logistic regression models to examine mental health outcomes of incarcerated populations. She received her dual bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice and psychology from Norwich University in Vermont.

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