My Personal and Professional Experiences
I'm Natalia Infante Caylor, president of Infante Consulting and Research. I'm a native speaker of Spanish born and raised in Paraguay with extensive multicultural research experience. My professional background includes research planning and development, financial services, and non-profit work. I taught graduate and undergraduate courses related to research and multiculturalism at Regis University, Colorado State University and University of Northern Colorado.
My love for qualitative research started around the year 2000s while attending a graduate program at Colorado State University (an R-1 university known as a very active research university). Since that time I have been part of several research opportunities for different projects at Colorado State University and Washington State University, which provided me with the discipline and experiences necessary to conduct robust research studies, by abiding to rigorous standards and ethical expectations. My background incorporates not only the knowledge of the theory of qualitative research but also how to conduct research from beginning to end. I have conducted research projects related to different topics, with different populations and applying different methodologies based on my clients' needs.
I'm an active member of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Qualitative Research Consultants Association (QRCA) and Insights Association.
Giving back to the community is important to me. I'm a board member of Alternatives to Violence, a non-profit organization providing shelter, advocacy, education and resources for people impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. I also volunteered my time at several other organizations such as Leadership Fort Collins, Crossroads Safehouse, Habitat for Humanity, Animal House and other great organizations in Northern Colorado.
Please feel free to send me an email at or by calling 970-488-9047.