Kaitlin Stinson


Kaitlin brings to Bold Insight over 14 years of experience as a human factors engineer at medical device manufacturers. She has extensive experience in diabetes care products, software as medical device (SaMD), and complex drug delivery systems. Kaitlin has a passion for meeting design control and regulatory requirements while executing agile human factors programs of research. She has a BS in Psychology from Ball State University and an MS in Human Factors from Bentley University.

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Something unique about you summed up in one sentence:

I cycled 2,750 miles in one year.

Your favorite part of working at Bold Insight:

The dynamic, knowledgeable, and fun culture.

In your spare time you would absolutely do this:

Ride my bike or go kayaking.

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

Indianapolis because that’s where I see my family and friends the most.

You cannot start the day without doing this:

Drinking 40 oz of water.

Your ultimate celebrity dinner party guest list would include:

Bethanny Frankel, Lisa Vanderpump, Gizelle Bryant, & Kyle Richards

Long-term personal or professional goal?

Visit as many wine regions across the globe as possible.

Favorite quote:

“What is the cost of lies? It’s not that we’ll mistake them for the truth. The real danger is that if we hear enough lies, then we no longer recognize the truth at all.” ~ Valery Legasov
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Read Kaitlin'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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