Imani Strong-Tucker is the Operations Manager and Qualitative Research Consultant at Griffin & Strong, P.C. She has served previously as Deputy Project Manager and Qualitative Research Coordinator on six major disparity studies, and as a data analyst on two studies. Imani currently manages the operations for the firm, providing strategic guidance and support to GSPC's staff and managing the allocation of resources to ensure the team's efficiency.
Ms. Strong-Tucker also consults with the GSPC team on disparity studies throughout the qualitative evidence gathering process, providing input on stakeholder engagement and data collection. She drafts the final anecdotal analysis for the firm’s studies and contributes program recommendations based on those findings. Her comprehensive knowledge of disparity studies coupled with her training in anthropological research methods lends an in-depth analytical lens to the anecdotal data collected for each study.
Imani holds a Master of Research from the London School of Economics, a Master of Science in Social Anthropology from the University of Oxford, and a Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, in Anthropology from Mount Holyoke College. She is currently a doctoral candidate and Leverhulme Trust Scholar at the London School of Economics' International Inequalities Institute, where she is researching African-American entrepreneurship and affirmative action policy in the United States.