Grace Atik is an analyst for the Litigation Support practice at Applied Marketing Science (AMS).
In her role at AMS, Grace is involved with all aspects of litigation projects, including exploratory research, survey design, survey fielding, data analysis, and report development. She has worked for the Litigation Support practice on cases related to trademark and patent infringement, deceptive advertising, market confusion, dilution, and class certification.
Prior to joining AMS, Grace supported two research teams at Tufts University. She interned in the Human Interaction Lab through the department of Psychology collecting, analyzing, and coding behavioral data and speech transcripts as well as creating stimuli for research in the field of communication. She also worked with survey data researching social, emotional, and character development through the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Study and Human Development.
Originally from Clinton, a small town in Upstate New York, Grace enjoys travelling and exploring Boston with family and friends. She loves breakfast food and makes sure to bring some real Vermont maple syrup along when dining out.
Grace holds a B.S. in Economics and Psychology with a minor in Child Development from Tufts University, graduating Cum Laude. She also participated in two study abroad programs in France.