Cornelia joined Strategies 360 as part of the research team, where she advises clients with insights and recommendations that inform decisions and galvanize change. A professional moderator, she is seasoned in both qualitative and quantitative research methods and her strategic guidance has supported campaigns and organizations across the West.
At S360, Cornelia’s work includes issue advocacy with a focus on K-16 education, as well as state, municipal, and tribal issues. Her clients include school districts across the Puget Sound, the Gates Foundation, the Ports of Seattle and Vancouver, Washington STEM, and the League of Education Voters. She has conducted qualitative research to support ballot measures, campaigns, and branding efforts across the country for clients including KUOW, the Washington Women’s Foundation, Expect More Arizona, and the Bristol Bay Native Corporation.
Before joining S360, Cornelia worked at Lake Research Partners in Washington, D.C., where her portfolio included both campaigns and issue organizations across the West and nationally. Cornelia’s experience includes research among rural audiences, voters, and consumers on a range of issues from food consumption to vacations to the economy. At Lake Research Partners, Cornelia also focused on animal welfare, voter turnout and engagement, and rural affairs. Her clients have included the Center for Rural Affairs, the Voter Participation Center, and the Humane Society of the United States.
A native of London, England, Cornelia spent a gap year working at the House of Commons in Great Britain and speaks French and German. Cornelia graduated from Smith College with a double major in government and economics. She also holds a Five College Certificate in International Relations. In her spare time, Cornelia enjoys trying and making new cuisines.