Val is an accomplished consultant who has a gift for conveying complex technical information in a way that is not only easy to understand, but interesting and enjoyable. She is professional, responsive, and a delight to work with!
Marketing Research Consultant at American Heart Association
I worked with Val through CSSCR at University of Washington, where I was studying for my Masters of Arts in International Studies. I had designed a qualitative research study and needed a consultant to help guide me through best practices of qualitative data analysis software. Val was extremely helpful, knowledgable, and easy to connect with. From our first meeting, Val took a true interest in my work, took the time to understand my strengths and struggles, and offered valuable support on how to work through the challenges in my study. She continued to follow up with me at all stages of my research and offered ongoing support. Without consulting support from Val, I don’t think my thesis analysis would have had such comprehensive and detailed results! I highly recommend Val to anyone interested in qualitative research, utilizing ATLAS.ti, or simply gaining a second opinion from a qualified researcher.
Nonprofit management and international development specialist
Valentina at the CSCCR at the University of Washington was very effective at helping me with my graduate work (qualitative analysis and statistics). I would have been completely lost in Atlas ti and SPSS without her!
Biology Instructor at Bellevue College
Valentina was a consultant at the University of Washington Center for Social Science Computation and Research (CSSCR) in the Spring and Summer of 2014. I consulted her several times over 2 quarters for assistance with research. Each time Valentina was pleasant, knowledgeable, professional and able to assist me with my questions. She has an excellent understanding of the various types of methodologies in qualitative research. Her use and understanding of Atlas.ti was evident. Valentina went over and beyond my expectations and I strongly endorse her skills.
School of Nursing, University of Washington