Kristin Diemer

Kristin is a sociologist with twenty years of research experience designing, implementing kristindiemerand managing both large and small scale projects. Her applied social research skills are particularly aimed toward research design, methodology and data analysis (mixed methods) with a focus on the area of family and domestic violence applied research.

She is currently a Senior Research Fellow working on the Fathering Challenges project exploring the overlap between programs working with men who are violent to their intimate partners and how more generic fathering programs when they identify group participants who use violence.  In addition, she is currently working with the Government of Kiribati and the World Bank to design and implement a national, multi-service GBV incident data collection tool.

In addition, Kristin has worked on the last two waves of the National Community Attitudes Survey (NCAS) and also serves on the Advisory Committee to the ABS Personal Safety Survey.