Neha Sahgal is Vice President of Research at Pew Research Center. In this role, she partners with a team of highly-skilled and specialized research directors to curate an interdisciplinary research agenda. She also oversees project performance and research staff development.
Neha has a background in multicountry, multilingual and multicultural survey research. Prior to serving the Center in her current role, she headed several marquee research projects such as the survey of religion in India, a 16-country survey on public attitudes toward religion, nationalism and tolerance in Western Europe and a study on religious change in Latin America. She has also served on AAPOR’s standards committee. Neha holds a Ph.D. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, and a B.A. in Political Science from the College of Wooster.
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