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Interview with Dorie Clark

Conversations in Depth: A QRCA Views Podcast

Release Date: 12/04/2019

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Conversations in Depth: A QRCA Views Podcast

A seasoned expert in digital qualitative research, Dave Kaye's career has taken him around the world listening firsthand to stories from thousands of research participants. His ability to get to the heart of the narrative and the insights that live within it has put him at the forefront of mobile research co-founding Field Notes, one of the world's first smart phone research apps. Dave is passionate about bringing new technologies to research, but he is always keen to keep things simple. He joins Conversations in Depth to discuss his nontraditional path of getting into the market research...

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Wendy Pease is the owner and president of Rapport International, a translation and interpretation services company specializing in marketing translation. Throughout her career, she has worked with hundreds of companies to help them communicate across more than 200 languages and cultures. She hosts the Global Marketing Show podcast, which features experts on opportunities and challenges in increasing multilingual lead gen and revenue. She also leads a global speed networking group, moderates the Boston chapter of Soft Land Partners, and hosts a weekly Clubhouse room on Global Business. Wendy...

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Before becoming the Editor in Chief of Views, I needed to give up the reigns of the podcast feature and I turned them over to Foster Winter, who did an absolutely wonderful job with it. His calming voice and insightful questions took our podcast feature up a few notches and I am grateful for his presence on our committee. Many of you know that Foster lost a battle with cancer earlier this year and I wanted to use some space in this edition of Views to acknowledge his contributions to the podcast feature and to Views magazine. I’m also happy to announce that we have a new episode to share...

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Dorie Clark is a strategy consultant who has worked with clients including the National Park Service, the Ford Foundation, Yale University, and Google. Clark served as the New Hampshire Communications Director for Howard Dean’s presidential campaign and the Press Secretary for former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich’s race for Massachusetts governor. She has been published in the Harvard Business Review and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post and BNET, the business division of CBS Interactive.