Perry Leibovitz, B.A.
Perry Leibovitz is a project manager at the Bureau of Economic and Business Research’s UF Survey Research Center. Perry has worked at the UFSRC since 2010 in a variety of roles including telephone interviewer, hiring supervisor, and head of the training department. He is proficient in the SAS programming language and is working on a five-year project analyzing attitudes towards tobacco usage. Perry has a B.A. in anthropology from the University of Florida.
Mr. Tippery has been with the UFSRC for more than ten years, starting as an interviewer and working his way up to field director. He has worked at the UFSRC as an interviewer and then hiring supervisor for 10 years. In his current role, Mr. Tippery oversees the supervisory staff and ensures that the lab is fully staffed with trained interviewers who can handle all surveys that are in the field. Mr. Tippery is proficient in Wincati and our Scheduler software.
Scott Richards, M.A.
Scott Richards is the Coordinator of Programming and Research at the Bureau of Economic and Business Research's UF Survey Research Center. Scott has been employed at the UFSRC since 2000. His responsibilities include most programming and data-related tasks associated with the UFSRC’s many research projects.
Christopher McCarty, Ph.D.
Dr. Christopher McCarty is director of the UF Survey Research Center and the director of the University of Florida's Bureau of Economic and Business Research. Dr. McCarty received an undergraduate degree in anthropology from West Virginia University in 1980 and a doctorate in anthropology from the University of Florida in 1992. He has conducted research in Mexico, and West Africa. He has consulted with USAID on projects in Cameroon, Ghana and Jamaica.