Megan Waggy specializes in fielding multimode establishment surveys in many sectors, including energy, criminal justice, and toxicology. She also has a special focus on training and managing staff who assist with nonresponse and data quality follow up.
Currently, Ms. Waggy plays a key role in our surveys of gasoline and diesel fuel prices for the Energy Information Administration. This effort involves collecting and reporting data from more than 1,400 gas stations every week. She is also involved in the Residential Energy Consumption Survey, a periodic survey of household energy use.
Ms. Waggy came to RTI in 2014 from East Carolina University, where she completed her master’s degree while working as a data collection manager and interviewer at the Center for Survey Research.