Jennifer Gallant


Prior to becoming a UX researcher, Jennifer had 10+ years of experience as a physical therapist in multiple specialties ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics. Her unique background makes her invaluable to health-related projects. Jennifer has been solving her patients’ pain points for quite some time and she brings the same commitment to solving research challenges. Jennifer holds a BS in Exercise Science from Adelphi University and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) from SUNY Stony Brook.

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Something unique about you summed up in one sentence:

I was a rockette (kick line) in high school and whenever I tell someone that, they always think I was a rockette at Radio City Music Hall.

Your favorite part of working at Bold Insight:

Learning something new from everyone on the team!

In your spare time you would absolutely do this:

I love to play disc golf and dance — especially to bachata, salsa, and merengue.

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

New York- it’s a wonderfully unforgettable assault on the senses.

Favorite quote:

You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.

Your ultimate celebrity dinner party guest list would include:

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Barack Obama, Serena Williams, Ryan Reynolds

Best piece of advice you’ve been given:

If you think about all the ways you can’t, you won’t.

Favorite way to give back to the community:

Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity. Helping to contribute to a project that houses a family is so rewarding.
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Read Jennifer's bold insights
January 25, 2023

With a few considerations and thoughtful planning, research that includes the a11y community can effectively collect data while ensuring a respectful participant experience to help design products that meet the needs of all users.

November 14, 2022

By being thoughtful of the research process and unique needs of participants, researchers can champion inclusion of those with accessibility needs in research, resulting in better designed products.


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