Rachel Tang is a Qualitative Research Manager and Specialist for Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research (CHASR), http://chasr.usask.ca, at the University of Saskatchewan. A graduate of Yorkville University with a MA in Counseling Psychology, and a BA in Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan, she is well versed in research. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan and is currently completing her Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology at Yorkville University, New Brunswick. While supporting social science research for the past ten years has been fulfilling, she wishes to extend her reach with the human family and help individuals and groups alleviate mental and emotional suffering, particularly during these difficult times.
At CHASR, she oversees the daily operations of the Qualitative Research Laboratory (QRL) at CHASR. The QRL provides services such as transcription, conducting interviews and focus groups, qualitative analysis, and NVivo software training for researchers who require support for the qualitative components of their research.
Rachel is known for her hard work and dedication to research to better understand the world around her. With a natural ability to dig in to help others, she excels in management and working with a team to accomplish a larger goal. Research and counselling require an overlapping skillset in the art and science of comprehension of the human condition and interpersonal relations. Rachel feels her vocational and personal growth have positioned her well to support endeavors to improve well-being and quality of life, whether through research or counselling.
In her spare time, she enjoys singing and songwriting and staying active with sports and recreational activities.
International Society of Female Professionals Member, Rachel Tang, can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.