A Conversation with Adam Davis of DHM Research
Please join us on October 31 for a conversation with Adam Davis, DHM Research at the Tualatin Library Community Room (18878 SW Martinazzi Avenue, Tualatin, OR 97062). To RSVP, send an email by October 29th to ELGL project coordinator, Megan Messmer – [email protected]
Adam has over 30 years of experience in all phases of public opinion research. His areas of expertise include research design, questionnaire development, fielding administration, focus group moderating, and in-depth interviewing. He has conducted hundreds of research projects throughout the United States and on location in Europe and Japan.
Lunch can be ordered for this meeting and will be provided by Panera Bread. Pricing will be $10 for members and $12 for non-members. To order lunch for this event please choose from one of the following options and include it in your RSVP:
- Smoked Turkey Breast – Smoked turkey breast, leaf lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and salt and pepper.
- Smoked Ham & Swiss – Smoked ham, swiss, leaf lettuce, tomatoes and red onions with mayonnaise, spicy mustard, salt and pepper.
- Mediterranean Veggie – Zesty Peppadew™ piquant peppers, feta cheese, cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and cilantro Jalapeño hummus on our Tomato Basil bread.
- Classic Salad – Field greens, romaine, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions & reduced fat balsamic vinaigrette.
The 411 on DHM
METRO (OREGON) OPT IN ONLINE PANEL – DHM Research developed, implemented, and currently manages Metro’s regional public engagement tool Opt In. Through the panel, now with over 17,000 members, Metro and its community partners assess opinion and feelings on key issues around the region and state. The panel’s results regularly receive press coverage and media attention, and regional leaders and senior staff use findings to inform decision-making on everything from operations and messaging, to strategic planning for capital projects and infrastructure.
OREGON’S KITCHEN TABLE ONLINE PANEL – DHM Research developed and currently manages Portland State University College of Urban and Public Affair’s statewide public engagement tool Oregon’s Kitchen Table. Through the panel, Governor John Kitzhaber and project partners assess opinion and feelings on key issues around the state, and invite Oregonians to weigh in on the state’s most urgent policy issues.