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Sarah Meirama

Vice President

Sarah is a Vice President on Teneo’s Research team in the firm’s New York office.

Originally beginning her career in clinical psychology, Sarah has spent the last several years focusing on human behavior, motivation, and opinion research through both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. She has spent most of her career designing and analyzing custom research for clients across an array of industries including healthcare, policy, finance, technology, professional sports leagues, and consumer retail.

Prior to joining Teneo, Sarah was an Associate Director of Research & Insights at Finsbury Glover Hering (formerly The Glover Park Group) where she helped clients identify target audiences, test messaging, and navigate environmental and societal issues both domestically and internationally. She believes a research approach should be as unique as the challenges organizations and business leaders face – whether it means conducting focus groups or using digital analytics tools, crafting a bespoke approach is a challenge she is eager to pursue.

Before FGH, Sarah served as a Senior Associate of Research at Porter Novelli following her role as a Department of Defense contractor for the Uniformed Services University where she conducted mental health research and provided communications counsel to the American Psychiatric Association’s Board of Directors. Sarah graduated from the University of Maryland as a Phi Beta Kappa scholar with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Spanish Language and Culture.

She’s eager to continue investigating public opinion, policy, and consumer behavior to better help organizations and business leaders achieve their objectives and foundational missions.

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