Executive Interviewer and Data Collection Specialist
Janet Fulton has been a part of the IQS team since 2017 and has participated in a variety of projects gathering feedback from both national and international populations.
Janet combines over 35 years of professional linguistic training, coaching conversation excellence, and national and international project management experience into her roles at IQS Research. This experience affords her a highly-technical skillset to conduct in-depth interviews and in-person intercepts across a range of populations. This skillset manifests in her ability to lead engaging conversations, participate in active listening, and to ultimately gather rich feedback, all via strict and rigorous methodological practice.
Throughout her career, she has been recognized for compassionate, creative thinking in unconventional research projects. Leading diverse cross-discipline and cross-cultural teams, she has demonstrated consistent project management and authorship through various research programs in Papa New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, as well as various literacy initiatives in the United States through the National Center for Family Learning.
In addition to her work at IQS Research, Janet is President of Fulton180, a successful coaching and consulting business that helps professionals and entrepreneurs find a balanced, comfortable relationship with money as a tool to help achieve what is most important in life. She is active in the global coaching community as an International Coach Federation (ICF) Professional Coach member. She is active in the Louisville community serving as board member and President of the ICF Ohio Valley Chapter, while also serving as a board member for both Bank On Louisville and the Louisville Asset Building Coalition.
In her spare time, Janet enjoys photography, gardening, and biking/hiking. She finds encouraging and empowering conversations to be a pleasure and considers learning a delight!