Testimonials References and Work Samples

Testimonials and References

STILL CREEK – Testimonials

“I feel like you’ve taken all our chicken scratch and gotten us to a place where we have a completed, clean survey!” – an East coast software-as-a-service company upon completion of the first phase of a research project with Still Creek Insight


Testimonials and References

“Where many organizations suffer from not having futuristic thinkers who can see new ways of accomplishing the mission, Ben has strong tendencies with gifts and talents in futuristic and brainstorming new ideas. Additionally he is effective in taking charge and delivering results.”
• Diana Gabriel, Professional Certified Executive Coach, Brene Brown Program

“Ben has a real alacrity in making the granular pop. Ben has an exceptional ability to highlight the analytics and essential elements for executive decision-making.”
• Gary Withers, J.D., Senior Advisor, Trillium Family Services, former University Strategic Partnerships Officer.

“Ben is radically collaborative. He brought together a broad team, welcomed all voices and opinions, seeing each member of the team as a valuable asset. This resulted in huge strides toward creating a culture of success.”
• Krista Reynolds, Head of Library Reference and Instruction

“Everyone knows that when you want to get the real picture of the data, its implications, and usefulness, you go to Ben’s team. His analysis and insights are the ones we want when we make decisions as departments and colleges.”
● Dr. Michael Godsey, Ph.D., Prof, Co-chair Natural Science Department; College of Health and Human Sciences

“Ben is excellent at helping people identify an issue, leading them to put it into numerical terms, shepherding necessary revisions, working through the results, and putting things in understandable terms for colleagues with less training. He combines analytic skills with a genuine human touch, so he thinks through the process of implementation and isn’t satisfied with just getting an analytic conclusion that isn’t going anywhere.”
● Gregory Sergienko, Prof of Law, Associate Dean, J.D. magna cum laude Harvard Law School

“Ben is an astute hiring manager who has a keen eye for talent. Rarely have I seen someone who has the ability to identify and build as strong a team as Ben did in his leadership role.”
● Shawn Daley, Executive Vice President – Business Development and Innovation, Associate Prof of Education

“Ben is a data wizard. He envisions how data can be transformed into actionable, insight.”
• Krista Reynolds, Head of Library Reference and Instruction

“Ben is continually striving to encourage and support others no matter what they are able to offer him in return.”
• Chris Potter, Past or Discipleship and Community Life, Kessid Church

“Ben is gifted in understanding that organizations of every size are a combination of smaller departments that need to run fluidly and efficiently both with and alongside each other. He is highly skilled at creating and identifying processes and practices that aid in these vital efforts.”
• Chris Potter, Past or Discipleship and Community Life, Kessid Church

“The ability to maintain a vision of the “big picture” while working in the weeds of a project is one of Ben’s strengths. He is able to delegate responsibilities, understanding how each fits into, serves, or complements the overall plan.”
• Sonja Baumeister, Office of the Registrar

“Hiring Ben Moll was one of the high points of what I accomplished in my career of 30+ years.”
● Ron Fonger, retired Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

“Ben has a real alacrity in making the granular pop; an exceptional ability to highlight the analytics and essential elements for executive decision-making.” G. Withers, Sr. Advisor, Strategic Partnerships


It’s 3:00am and inspiration strikes! You present to your Board in five hours and need to slice and dice your data in a new way to showcase your quarterly growth. a


we’ve got this

real-time, updated, continually refreshed data

Simple. Clear. Done.

A hub for your users with one common source of truth shown in clear visualizations with slice-and-dice capability so you can drill-down live into the real-time, updated data.

You want your organization to ACT on data instead of getting stuck in circles of different ways to count things. Easily accessible, thoroughly documented definitions and protocols of data sourcing, hygiene, blending and calculations frees you for truly data-informed decisions and ACTIONS for impact and RESULTS.

Insight Hub – Overview


I provide highest-quality, best-practice, valid and reliable survey insight.

What impact are you having right now?

What do your current clients/customers want?

Who do they think of to get what they need?

Who is your next customer and what is between them and you?

Click HERE to read about the background and access the results from a study where survey was designed, tested, validated, implemented, analyzed and reported in actionable, digestible results through Still Creek Insight.

July 20, 2020

To better understand the impact of COVID-19 on students, faculty, staff, and essential processes across higher ed, Watermark conducted a national survey of higher ed professionals in May 2020. More than 850 respondents in leadership roles across 706 institutions shared their experiences and expectations for Fall 2020 and beyond.

Respondents shared the effects of COVID-related disruption on assessment, self-study, course evaluation, faculty review processes, and curriculum and catalog management. They also shared their expectations for the upcoming academic year and key actions they plan to take based on their experiences.

For more insights, watch the recording of our webinar featuring Watermark and the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment (NILOA), where we provide collective insight into how institutions are planning to move forward this fall and beyond.


Click HERE to see a sample of the type of insight Still Creek Insight provides to organizations regarding their current visioning and to learn if they are on their way to where they want to be.

Two classic questions can summarize many of the sentiments, perceptions, skepticism and mindsets of audiences, customers, stakeholders, students and consumers: So what? Who cares?


To answer the question “who cares?” Still Creek Insight partners with organizations to learn, “are we who we say we are?”


To answer the question, “so what?” Still Creek Insight partners with organizations to learn, “are we on our way to where we want to be?”

How healthy is your organization?

Internal monitors of organizational health come as real-time, updated, refreshed analytics of critical data.

See the trends;

Avoid the cliff;

Steer to your Blue Ocean!