Full Circle Ops Team Grows With 17-Year TNS Vet Jamie Stehlin - Industry News

Full Circle Ops Team Grows With 17-Year TNS Vet Jamie Stehlin

In anticipation of continued growth, Full Circle Research welcomed Jamie Stehlin as its newest Business Unit Leader. Ms. Stehlin brings almost 20 years’ experience in superior customer service and online sample operations management to Full Circle, the industry leader in data quality.

“Jamie’s not only a seasoned professional who will well-support our key clients, she is a creative problem-solver who will add robust depth to our consultative service model,” said Dee Boyd, Full Circle Director, Operations. “Her readiness to join a company that puts quality and people first impressed our entire team. We’re thrilled she’s on board!”

For 17 years, Ms. Stehlin served as Senior Interactive Project Director, and Sr. Project Manager, International Project Management, at TNS Global, the world’s leading shopper research agency. There she was responsible for coordinating, designing and executing online studies of all types, most notably large international trackers. Ms. Stehlin was also tapped to train in new technologies and identify and maintain departmental best practices. After TNS, she spent more than six years in management at Quadax, the leading provider of healthcare revenue cycle management technology and services. She is also an alumna of the University of Georgia’s Principles of Marketing Research. Ms. Stehlin establishes Full Circle’s newest office in Ohio, expanding the company’s current footprint in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Houston, New York and Connecticut, as well as headquarters in the greater Washington DC Metropolitan area.

“I chose Full Circle because I want to feel empowered,” said Ms. Stehlin. “Full Circle is an environment where I can make an impact while also growing as a professional. The team’s pride and excitement about the work they do is palpable—I want what they have, and am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to join them!”