Elizabeth Denny, Ph.D. is Senior Vice President and co-owner of Market Street Research. Elizabeth brings an outstanding commitment to helping businesses and organizations conduct research that is sensible, cost-efficient, and results-oriented.
Elizabeth has worked with agencies subject to funders’ evaluation requirements as well as organizations interested in better serving the needs of diverse populations. Elizabeth’s expertise also includes working with community coalitions, public school systems, and government departments in education and public health.
Elizabeth has worked in the industry since 1983, serving as a consultant and research analyst with a specialty in evaluation research for health and human service organizations. She earned her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1992.
Outside of Market Street Research, Elizabeth has served on the Boards of Directors for the Fund for Women Artists; Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Hampshire County; People of Fire; and the Western Massachusetts Girl Scouts Council. She is also an active volunteer for the arts and for FACES Dog Rescue.
In addition, Elizabeth is herself a talented visual artist who has shown her work in western Massachusetts galleries and can often be found turning old vintage equipment and tools into modern sculpture.