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jerry  

Jerry C. Lindsley / president

Telephone: 802-228-2300
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  • President and founder of CRPP
  • Masters degree from Fairfield University (CT)
  • Teaches business management, research, marketing, polling, and public policy courses at area colleges
  • Board member for area charities and associations
  • Lectured at prominent colleges and conferences
  • Presented: “Awareness of Radon Gas Dangers among Low-Income and Disable Residents” at U.S. Centers for Disease Control Conference
  • Managed U.S. Congressional and Governor campaigns
  • Selected by the U.S. State Department for an 8-member friendship delegation to Egypt and Israel
  • During college, appointed by President Reagan to the United Nations International Year of Youth Commission
  • Camp committee member and counselor for Camp Rising Sun for kids with cancer
  • Founder and former Camp Director for Camp TaKumTa for kids affected by HIV/AIDS
  • Certified member of the Professional Ski Instructors of America and a junior ski race team coach
  • Licensed Vermont Emergency Medical Technician and volunteer EMT
  • Married, living in Vermont and proud dad of a U.S. Marine and a UVM student


Matthew
 

Matthew Bradstreet, Ph.D. / vice president

  • Vice President at CRPP
  • Oversees all CRPP client service from project initiation to presentation
  • Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Vermont specializing in neuroscience, behavioral pharmacology, financial decision making, and choice in human laboratory models
  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Managed studies for the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
  • Teaching experience in cognitive psychology and behavioral pharmacology
  • Annual presentation of scientific findings to the College on Problems of Drug Dependence
  • Published scientific papers in The Journal of Behavioral Decision Making and Psychopharmacology
  • Elected to Phi Beta Kappa national honor society as an undergraduate (Saint Michael’s College – VT)
  • Volunteer experience in community outreach for AIDS Response Seacoast, a Portsmouth, NH based youth and community education non-profit
  • Avid hiker, snowboarder, and automotive enthusiast
  • Married, living in the beautiful green and often white mountains of Vermont
   
fergus  

Fergus Cullen / executive vice president

Telephone: 603-520-5450
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  • Principal at CRPP
  • Graduate of Yale (BA, 1994) and Harvard Kennedy School of Government (Masters in Public Administration 2002)
  • Director at the Yankee Institute – a New England free-market think tank
  • Has managed statewide, U.S. Congressional and local campaigns
  • Named a “Rising Star” by Campaigns and Elections magazine
  • Editorial page columnist for the New Hampshire Union Leader
  • Published in the Wall Street Journal, Runner’s World and frequently contributes to the op/ed pages of several newspapers
  • Commentator on C-SPAN, CNN, FOX and other news stations
  • Fergus is a competitive runner with personal bests of 15:23 for 5K and 2:32 for a marathon
  • Coaches High School cross country team
  • Fergus and his wife, Jenny, are raising three children


Matthew
 

Evan Herrmann, Ph.D. / strategic partner

  • Evan supports CRPP strategic efforts as a lead statistician
  • Received his B.A. in Psychology and Sociology (double major / cum laude) from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
  • Ph.D. Psychology, University of Vermont, 2013
  • Worked as a Pre-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Vermont / The National Institute on Drug Abuse
  • And, he worked as a Research Assistant at The University of Massachusetts
  • Presentations have included: The Principles and Applications of Contingency Management, A Natural History of Changes in Cigarette Smoking Upon Learning of Pregnancy, Smoking Opinions and Attitudes Among Pregnant Smokers, and Risk Behaviors, Self Control and College Students
  • National Honor Societies: Psi Chi and Alpha Chi
  • Loves math

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