Rose Krebill-Prather, Ph.D.

Dr. Rose Krebill-Prather, Ph.D. Sociology, has over 30 years’ experience in survey research and program evaluation pertaining to issues in agriculture, health, education, customer satisfaction and community needs assessment. She has expertise in multiple survey data collection modes including web, mail, telephone, focus group, and face-to-face surveys as well as mixed-mode surveys. Dr. Krebill-Prather provides consultation in the design and use of sound survey research methods and adheres to rigorous standards for the collection of high quality data.  In addition to working on USDA, NIH, and US Department of Education funded grants, she has overseen survey research projects for state agencies in Washington State including … » More …

Lena Le, Ph.D.

With a Ph.D. in Natural Resources, an MS in Statistics,  and an MBA, Dr. Lena Le is well suited for a leadership role as SESRC’s Director. Dr. Le has over 15 years’ experience applying quantitative and qualitative methods to social science research related to tourism, recreation, public land management and other fields. Dr. Le was appointed Director in May of 2014, having previously served as Director of the Park Studies Unit at the University of Idaho, overseeing survey projects for the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and other land management agencies. Dr. Le serves one of SESRC’s principal investigators, oversees the management of all projects, … » More …