RK&A, first established as Randi Korn & Associates in 1989, is a full-service planning, evaluation, and research firm based in Alexandria, VA and New York.
RK&A services include planning, audience research, exhibition evaluation, program evaluation, education research, and digital experience evaluation. The RK&A approach is defined by asking questions to seek clarity, upholding high-quality standards, and working with our clients to improve practices.
RK&A works with all types of cultural organizations and museums including art, history, natural history, science, technology, and children’s museums; historic sites; nature centers; aquaria; botanical gardens; and zoos.
We believe cultural organizations have unique value in society, and we use intentional planning and evaluation to help them clarify, measure, and communicate their value.
Stephanie has 20 years of experience managing and designing research and evaluation projects in all types of cultural organizations.
Randi started RK&A in 1989 after working in a variety of museums including art, history, science, and natural history .
Amanda is an evaluator interested in conducting reliable studies that help museums welcome and support all learners.
Erin draws on her years of experience in office management and administration to complete the behind-the-scenes tasks that contribute to RK&A’s smooth operation.
Katie is interested in helping cultural organizations apply evidence-based decision-making.
Cathy is deeply interested in understanding human behavior through strategic research and evaluation.
Erin is passionate about studying the educational, emotional, and social connections between people and objects in museums.
Sam is an advocate for accessible and holistic educational opportunities in museums and the greater learning landscape.
Gemma is interested in the relationship between social scientific theory and evaluation practice.