Tina Kurian joined Fors Marsh Group in 2010. She has worked on the Department of Defense's Influencer and Reserve surveys for the Ad Tracking Study, which measures awareness, reactions, and impressions of military ads. Tina has worked on the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Career Mapping project analyzing jobs and creating career profiles for a career exploration and mapping site. She currently works on the NIST MEP Client Survey, IRS customer satisfaction surveys, and the General Services Administration (GSA) customer loyalty study assisting with survey development, data collection, data analysis, and briefings.
Tina graduated from George Mason University with an M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. While studying at GMU, she worked at Defense Manpower Data Center and at HumanR, Inc., where she gained experience in managing surveys in the field, data analysis, and reporting. Tina also attended the University of Maryland, where she earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Criminology, with a minor in French. During her time there, she was involved with social psychology research on group decision making, industrial/organizational psychology research on the training needs of graduate psychology students who are required to teach undergraduates (ADOPT Initiative), and criminology research involving network analysis on gangs.