Dr. Kristi Jackson, President of QUERI, Inc.
Kristi Jackson was the Vice President of OMNI Research and Training, one of the largest evaluation research firms in Denver, prior to founding QUERI in 2002. In her fifteen years as an evaluation researcher, she has served as Principal Investigator or co-investigator a diverse array of studies. These include volunteerism, early childhood education, literacy, violence prevention, adults with developmental disabilities, suicide prevention, strengthening kinship families, and smoking cessation.
Many of her conference presentations and published papers discuss the implications of the growing importance of qualitative data analysis software. She is recognized as one of the leaders in this area, and is a principal organizer of the Technology in Qualitative Research day at the International Congress on Qualitative Inquiry.
Kristi is frequently invited to speak at international conferences in qualitative methods, including:
Her clients are entities as large as the Centers for Disease Control, the National Institutes of Health, the World Bank, and the Government Accountability Office. They also include many small, nongovernmental organizations in rural and urban settings. She provides this expertise in the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, and China, and she has extensive travel experience in Central America and Africa. (Click Here to View QUERI's Partial List of Clients)