Bryn B Meyer, Research Associate

Bryn Meyer brings nearly a decade of professional experience working in academia, nonprofit and for-profit organizations. A researcher by both training and temperament, she has extensive experience with survey design and development, ethnography, quantitative statistics, and qualitative data analysis. She has applied these skills to a variety of fields including public health, environmental policy, social services, and nonprofit evaluation. Bryn complements her research toolkit with training in creative problem solving process and group facilitation. As an associate for Creation In Common, she uses this eclectic skill set to help organizations better understand the needs of their community, and develop creative, real-world solutions to maximize their impact. She is currently pursuing a Master of Public Policy at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs. When not crunching data for Creation In Common, or working on her thesis, Bryn spends her time caring for an unspecified number of rescued animals, and dabbles in mystery writing. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and the
aforementioned menagerie.