Peter Ramsberger has over 30 years experience designing, conducting, and managing research for a variety of purposes and clients. His survey research background includes such diverse populations as Army veterans, registered nurses, absentee voters, Defense Department school students and parents, and employees of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, among others. This body of research includes program evaluation, organizational assessment, and the collection of opinion data for policy-related decision making.
In the training arena, Dr. Ramsberger has developed training programs that cover a wide range of subjects, target audiences, and media. This experience includes developing platform-based training for FAA airline inspectors and users of the Department of Labor’s Occupation Information Network (O*NET).
In the past, Dr. Ramsberger was heavily involved in the development of interactive media for training purposes, covering such topics as land navigation, emergency medical care, railroad operating rules, and living with HIV. Dr. Ramsberger has a Ph.D. in social psychology from the George Washington University.