Senior Project Director
Griselle joined the UWSC Project Directing Team in 2009. The majority of her work is focused on Mail Surveys and mixed-mode Web/Mail Surveys. She has managed a variety of studies including the Access to Lung Cancer Treatment (ATLC) phone study and the paper questionnaire portion of MIDUS: The Midlife in the United States National Study of Health and Well-Being. She has also managed several longitudinal education related studies involving undergraduate students at multiple colleges, including the Expanding STEM Talent Study. As a native Spanish speaker, Griselle oversees the translation of survey instruments and certifies bilingual interviewers at UWSC.
Prior to joining UWSC she worked as a Partnership Coordinator for NCI’s Cancer Information Services at the UW Carbone Cancer Center where she collaborated with researchers in the development and implementation of various survey projects involving medically underserved communities.
Griselle attended the UW Madison where she received a bachelor’s degree in History and Italian.