Ethnoscapes Global’s staff are professional researchers with a wide range of skills and specializations. You can learn more about them on the following pages:
Gudrun Willett, Ph.D.
has 14 years of experience conducting research on education, migration, community building, institutional culture, and consumer and b to b based market research projects. She adroitly translates anthropological approaches into real-world solutions for diverse populations in the United States, Europe, and Latin America.
Brad Casucci, Ph.D.
has 18 years of experience researching an extremely wide range of topics, including labor management in domestic manufacturing, customer satisfaction at urban health clinics, behavior change education, doctor/patient communication, health related decision making, youth perspectives of HIV related behaviors, and popular conceptions of illness and healing among adults, in regions ranging from Southern California to East Africa.