Kelly Daley, Ph.D.
Vice President, Family, Workforce and Nutrition group
Kelly Daley, Ph.D., has more than 15 years of successful policy and survey research and data collection management experience with multi-modal survey projects. She plays a key role in directing all aspects of survey research at Abt SRBI, including developing appropriate survey methodologies and survey instruments; preparing training materials; training interviewers, coders, and supervisors; overseeing survey administration and data file preparation; coordinating analysis tasks; and maintaining quality and cost controls
Daley recently served as the co-principal investigator on the 2011 Family and Medical Leave Survey for the Department of Labor and is the co-principal investigator on a national survey of employment classification for the Department of Labor. She has directed surveys for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and numerous academic and nonprofit clients.
She specializes in the application of qualitative methods for survey questionnaire design and data analysis across a variety of subject matters. She has been responsible for multiple survey research projects (mail, phone, in-person and web) cognitive testing, pilot studies and qualitative work including focus groups, observational field work and in-depth interviews.
She holds a master’s degree in policy studies from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in political science and Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Chicago.