Samantha is a management consultant with experience in strategic and organizational planning, research and data analysis, and public outreach and engagement. In her role as a consultant at Emergent Method, she supports or directly manages a variety of projects for the firm and its clients, specifically supporting strategic and organizational planning projects for public, private, and nonprofit organizations across the U.S.
Samantha joined Emergent Method in 2017 and has since worked with clients across a variety of consulting disciplines, including the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation, BREC, United Way of Acadiana, Delta Land Services, City of Baton Rouge/Parish of East Baton Rouge, and many others. She recently managed and completed an extensive organizational assessment and strategic planning process, which included the development of several initiatives and process improvements for a local school district. Before joining Emergent Method, Samantha worked as a research assistant in a psychological research lab at LSU, contributing to several cognitive psychology research initiatives.
Born and raised in Baton Rouge, Samantha graduated with the highest academic achievement from Louisiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology while earning the distinction of University Medalist. During her time at LSU, she was heavily involved with undergraduate research and has experience both in the Psychology Department and the Rucks Department of Management. She has presented her research at conferences in San Antonio, Charleston, and other regions throughout the country. In addition to her work with Emergent Method, Samantha plants to continue her education by pursuing a graduate degree in business.