Ms. Natalie Namrow is a consultant with over six years of experience conducting and analyzing research on DOD personnel. Ms. Namrow is currently the lead analyst at the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) for the Workplace and Equal Opportunity Surveys of Active Duty and Reserve Component Members, and the Military Investigation and Justice Experience Survey, investigating the experiences of survivors of sexual assault. Her research focuses primarily on Equal Opportunity, Racial/Ethnic Harassment and Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Assault in the DOD. She has experience in analyzing qualitative and quantitative data; conducting focus groups, writing, reviewing, and editing Congressional reports and briefings; and briefing high-level DOD officials as a subject matter expert. As lead analyst on several projects, Ms. Namrow works with her team as well as policy offices to formulate, define, and conduct research of broad scope and complexity to address opportunities to enhance and help workforce performance and engagement through applied industrial/organizations psychological theory. She also creates reports and briefs high-level leadership to make recommendations based on the outcomes of the projects. She is an expert in survey design and administration and provides technical consultation and advice to DMDC survey analysts, Branch Chiefs, and external clients. As lead analyst for several projects measuring behaviors and experiences, Ms. Namrow manages, designs, and conducts personnel surveys, as well as plans and conducts original independent research in survey methodology.
Natalie has co-authored several research publications measuring human characteristics of DOD personnel, including Overview Reports, Tabulation Volumes, and survey notes. She also volunteers with the DC Rape Crisis Center as a Hotline Advocate and aides in the facilitation of Crisis Intervention Advocacy Training.
Prior to joining Fors Marsh Group, Natalie was a research assistant to several neuropsychological studies, as well as a student fellow with the Consortium Research Fellows Program. She was also a teaching assistant for Statistics at the Catholic University of America. She holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from The Catholic University of America and a B.A. in Psychology from Georgetown University.