Our Professional Staff

Dr. Lorne Bozinoff Dr. Lorne Bozinoff
President and Owner

Dr. Bozinoff is the president and owner of Research Dimensions. He is also the founder of Forum Research and has over 30 years in the Research and Customer Experience marketplace. Lorne in his earlier career spent time at Gallup Canada and Price Waterhouse Coopers in a consulting capacity and also spent time teaching at both Penn State and University of Toronto. Dr. Bozinoff is also a Chartered Scientist with the Royal Statistical Society.

Bob LiepaBob Liepa
Senior Vice-President

Bob is an experienced market research professional who began his career in 1978. Over that time he was worked in a variety of fields including packaged goods, travel and tourism, audience measurement, and financial services. More recently he has developed a special expertise in lotteries and gaming. He combines big picture insights and understanding with a keen intellect and solid research fundamentals. Bob has an Honours B.Sc. In Mathematics from Queen’s University.

Deborah KlotzDeborah Klotz

Deborah is a professionally trained and dynamic qualitative researcher. She approaches all aspects of each project with enthusiasm and a dedication to ensure project success. Her experience includes ethnographic observations and interviews in retail environments, on-site corporate executive work, focus groups, triads and one-on-one interviews. Deborah has taught Moderating Skills to other moderators in the industry through the MRIA and as faculty at the RD Centre for Learning. She has spoken on Innovation and Creativity at national qualitative conferences and written articles on Innovation for Vue magazine, the marketing research professional association’s magazine. Deborah currently sits on the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association’s (MRIA) Qualitative Research Division Board of Directors. In March 2015, she Co-Chaired the highly-successful joint MRIA and QRCA Canada Qualitative Research Conference.

Nancy DahlNancy Dahl
Senior Research Director

Through her work at some of Toronto's leading market research firms over the years, Nancy has managed all aspects of quantitative and qualitative research for a wide range of clients in the consumer, business and health care sectors. Her analysis of a large-scale quantitative study of critical care units has been published in the American Journal of Critical Care. Prior to entering the market research field, Nancy worked in the areas of product management and strategic planning. Nancy has an Honors Business Administration (HBA) from the Ivey Business School (Western University).