Christina Ambrose

Senior Researcher

With a background in interdisciplinary social sciences, Christina has been trained in a variety of qualitative research methods. Her expertise in ethnography and design consulting offers clients a unique skillset with which to tackle research questions. To each project she brings efficiency, an eye for detail, and an enthusiasm for diving into UX design challenges. Christina holds a BA in Comparative Human Development and an MA in the Social Sciences from the University of Chicago.

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Something unique about you summed up in one sentence:

I named both my snails Magoo & Maloo.

Your favorite part of working at Bold Insight

I’ve appreciated using and developing my research skills within projects. I’ve also enjoyed working directly with clients and participants, and of course my team is amazing.

In your spare time you would absolutely do this:

First, I would make a list of all the fun things I wanted to do. Then, I would work through the list, which would probably include playing with my dog Luna, reading a new book, running (read: jogging), or playing games.

Your favorite city in the world is...and why?

Chicago is home and will always be one of my top cities. Maybe it’s cliché to answer Paris, but I studied there for a few months and would definitely enjoy living there again. Je sais pas.

You cannot start the day without doing this:

Brushing my teeth?

Your ultimate celebrity dinner party guest list would include:

Miley Cyrus, Zendaya, Bryan Stevenson, Angela Davis

Long-term personal or professional goal?

Unsure! I’m definitely flexible at this point in my career and enjoy considering the multitude of possibilities.

Any other facts to share?

I love all types of games! I played softball for most of my life, but also like Spikeball or Crossnet. I enjoy inside games as well, including Bananagrams, Catan, and Euchre.
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February 14, 2022

Update research and design practices to increase gender diversity; data from research that encompasses all genders is more reflective of real-world users.


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