Zeina Mneimneh is an Assistant Research Scientist in the Survey Methodology Program within the Survey Research Center, University of Michigan. She holds a PhD in Survey Methodology from University of Michigan. She has more than 15 years of experience in designing, conducting, and overseeing large-scale surveys and is a collaborator in the cross-national World Mental Health survey initiative. Her main operational interests include monitoring surveys using paradata, reducing survey error in conflict-affected settings, and international capacity building. Her main research interests include interview privacy, social desirability effects, adaptive measurement design, interviewer effects, and quality of big data.