Kristina Stuart is the Research Manager at DB Research Services and a Part-Time Tutor in the Government, Sociology and Social Work at the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology with Law (Hons) from the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill) and a Master of Science (Merit) in Sociology and Social Policy from the University of Southampton (United Kingdom). Ms. Stuart has managed projects and supervised data collection and reporting for numerous national surveys conducted by government and private sector entities. Moreover, she has trained enumerators on interviewing best practice, mapping, listing and replacement methodologies on several national campaigns including but not limited to: a national evaluation of Stigma and Discrimination levels; Labour Force and Education; and, also Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviors and Practices in HIV.
Trained enumerators on interviewing best practice, mapping, listing and replacement methodologies for national evaluation of Stigma and Discrimination levels; Labour Force and Education; Knowledge, Attitudes, Behaviors and Practices in HIV
Ms. Stuart is versed in both research methodologies with a Masters specialization in qualitative research methods. She is an expert in Nvivo Qualitative Software making her one of few in this region able to consult with businesses and individuals on qualitative research design and analysis.
She is extremely analytical and is highly efficient in the management of human, technical and financial resources. In 2016, she coauthored an article on feedback policy and the marketisation of higher education published by the Compass Journal of Learning and Teaching at the University of Greenwich (United Kingdom).