Education: M.A. in Experimental Psychology, California State University, San Marcos
Originally from Chicago, Joey has a bachelor’s degree from Illinois Wesleyan University along with minors in Environmental Studies and Business Administration. Through his graduate studies at Cal State, Joey has gained extensive experience managing large-scale field projects focused on residential energy efficiency. He is well-versed in statistical analysis and the logistical hurdles that come along with implementing large-scale projects. Joey has also taken on many leadership roles over the course of his professional development. Currently, he serves a social media committee co-chair for the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 34, Society for Environmental, Population, and Conservation Psychology.
Key Talents: Joey is a social person and enjoys interacting with clients and participants. As a project manager, Joey uses his social science research knowledge and problem-solving skills to coordinate and implement smooth running projects. He has a particular interest in projects that involve energy, recycling, or businesses.
When he’s not managing projects, Joey enjoys spending time with friends or playing monopoly. He also enjoys yoga, traveling, gardening, and tinkering with his stock portfolio.