Data Collection and Insights Team George Uribe Senior Research Director

George Uribe

As Senior Director of Research at ReconMR, George oversees data collection protocols, the standardization of research methods across ReconMR call centers, quality assurance and productivity targets, putting the assimilation of best practices into action and supporting training and daily operations across all research centers. George works with high profile clients of highly regulated projects to ensure quality assurance plans and project deliverables meet the expectation of regulatory organizations like the National Committee for Quality Assurance or the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

George has worked in survey research for nearly 30 years managing both large and small project teams, completing multi-mode and complex projects on time and on budget. George manages all phases of a research project from proposal writing, budget and cost development, survey design, methodology, sample design, project timeline, questionnaire development and testing survey instruments in English and Spanish. George has spent years working in Transportation and Mobility research, bilingual Spanish data collection, the Hispanic market and working with special populations such as individuals with disabilities.

Early in his career, George was a research interviewer, a supervisor and later a research manager for NuStats Research LLC in Austin, Texas. At NuStats his work focused on Transportation Research: including multi-phase Household Travel Surveys, On-Board Surveys, Origin and Destination Surveys, Stated Preference Surveys.

In his personal time, George is an avid marathon runner, logging in on average 2,000 miles a year. He has participated in world renown marathons such as the Boston Marathon and the New York City Marathon and holds a personal record of completing a marathon in 3:09:05 hours. In his running career he has received many age group awards. He enjoys spending time with his life partner Kenneth, fine dining, historical architecture, and Chilean television.

George has his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brigham Young University and his M.A. in Psychology from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi, Texas.