Introducing Three Senior Client Solutions Leaders Joining Our Team

We are delighted to share that we have appointed an additional three senior client solutions leaders to support client needs and business growth. Chawntae Applegate, Alexis Mangan, and Amanda Karp add a broad mix of qualitative and quantitative experience to the team.

Chawntae Applegate
Senior Vice President, Client Solutions
Chawntae brings over 25 years of consumer research experience, a keen understanding of qualitative and quantitative methods, and a proven ability to develop high-quality relationships. She joins Schlesinger from Research Now (now Dynata) supporting online sample/data collection and, prior to that, held other senior client development roles and account team leadership roles including at Synovate/ Ipsos.
T. (513) 284-3265 |

Alexis Mangan
Vice President, Client Solutions
Alexis has an extensive background in marketing research that has provided her with a deep understanding of the industry. Prior to joining Schlesinger, she spent 5 years as Senior Director of Client Development at Op4G, where her focus was in healthcare and senior B2B research. Alexis’s roots lie in the quantitative space and she has served several roles since her start as a project manager at Millward Brown.
T. (347) 491-0110 |

Amanda Karp
Vice President, Client Solutions
Amanda has a sound data collection, client development, and account management background across qualitative and quantitative research that supports consumer, healthcare, and B2B markets in the US and worldwide. She was previously co-owner of The Focus Room before it was acquired by FUEL Global, where she became an integral part of the account management and client service team.
T. (914) 714-4411 |

Commenting on the appointments, Matt Campion, EVP, Schlesinger Group, said, “We are delighted to welcome this talented group of individuals to our company. Their wealth of data collection knowledge and proven client relationship success underscores our continued core objective of supporting client research needs across multiple methods and markets.”