Mallory Bateman is a Senior Research Analyst and the State Data Center Coordinator at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute. Ms. Bateman has authored research on a range of topics including community research on Salt Lake City and Salt Lake County, generations, fertility, transportation, and commuting. She is an expert in Census Bureau data, products, and programs. With this expertise combined with a background in research and public involvement, Ms. Bateman provides presentations, training, and technical assistance for diverse public, private, and media audiences.
Ms. Bateman chairs the 2020 Census Technical Advisory Committee at the Gardner Institute, which monitors the activities and processes that require local participation for the 2020 Census. As chair, she also provides background insights into pressing 2020 Census operational issues. Ms. Bateman serves on the national State Data Center Steering Committee and the Utah State Complete Count Committee.
Ms. Bateman earned her B.A. in Urban Planning from the University of Utah and an M.Sc. in Social Policy and Planning from the London School of Economics.