Roxanne LevenbergAnalytics Consultant
Roxanne Levenberg is an analytics consultant in RHR International’s Philadelphia office. She works to distill meaning from qualitative and quantitative data to help leaders and their organizations make informed decisions. She works with data from senior leaders and their teams to reveal underlying strengths to harness and issues to address. Roxanne performs analyses on data gathered from sources such as: proprietary RHR surveys, personality surveys, interviews, assessment reports, and client-provided data. In addition to data analysis, she also works with data structuring and project management.
Roxanne works to help clients of all sizes across a multitude of industries with their data interpretation needs.
Examples of Roxanne’s recent work include:
- Performed an aggregate assessment on leadership data from an energy company to determine key strengths and opportunities as well as identify commonalities of the strongest succession talent.
- Assessed the senior team effectiveness of a medical technology company by integrating the results from the RHR Senior Team Effectiveness Survey with interview data.
- Managed a pro-bono project for a small nonprofit organization. The client provided quantitative and qualitative data, which was then appropriately structured and analyzed, yielding insights that informed their board of their current state and helped to shape future strategy.
Before joining RHR, Roxanne worked with qualitative data at a survey consulting firm. As a doctoral student, she was involved with leadership research at Baruch College in New York where she also taught undergraduate level cognitive psychology.
Roxanne is a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and American Psychological Association (APA).
City University of New York, New York, NY
Has finished PhD coursework, Graduate Center
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
Astorino, D. and Levenberg, R. (2018) “Intentionality and Decision Making,” an RHR International blog
Wilkens, R. and London, M. (2006) “Relationships Between Climate, Process, and Performance in Continuous Quality Improvement Groups.” Journal of Vocational Behavior, 69 (3), 510–523.