News & Notes
One of the qualities I most appreciate about the culture at Slover Linett is our growth mindset; the team actively supports each other in taking on challenges that stretch and grow our skills. I’m delighted to share three promotions today that reflect the learning and growth happening at every level of Slover Linett.
First, I’d like to congratulate Camila Guerrero for her promotion to Research Manager. Camila is a relatively new member of the Slover Linett team with a tenure of 18 months, and during that time she’s been a key team contributor on many projects including the Morton Arboretum, StoryCorps, the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, and on the national Culture & Community research. Camila also made the move from Washington, D.C. to Chicago recently, and we’re so pleased to have her in the office.
Next, I’m pleased to share that Dr. Michelle Ernst is being promoted to Senior Researcher & Quantitative Lead. This new title reflects the many ways that Michelle has been stepping up to help shape our research standards, train and support colleagues in learning new methods of analysis, and keeping up to date about new quantitative tools and techniques we can apply in our work. Michelle’s also been the researcher on many complex sampling projects recently, including the New York Botanical Garden, the Library-focused Culture & Community report, a multi-station exploration of classical music listeners anchored by KING FM, and work for an academic institution around stewardship of high-value donors.
Finally, I’d like to congratulate Cory Garfin for his promotion to Vice President. Cory’s been leading projects at Slover Linett for more than five years now, and that leadership has been extending more and more towards firm-level initiatives and priorities. As part of his new role, you’ll be hearing more frequently from Cory through our firm communications. Cory will continue to lead projects for the firm, and he has a great confluence of LA-based work this year.