Carmel Dibner


B.A., Psychology and Sociology, Business & Organizations Concentration, Cornell University; Magna Cum Laude,
M.B.A., Marketing and Management, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Palmer Scholar


Insights Association,
Women in Research (WIRe)


Carmel is a principal at Applied Marketing Science where she is responsible for client relationships, client service delivery, and business development. Over the past decade, Carmel has helped dozens of companies uncover critical customer insights to improve products, services, and customer experiences. Over the course of her career, Carmel has worked both as a consultant and on the corporate side in brand management at Unilever for the flagship brand, Dove®.

Carmel has extensive experience managing traditional qualitative and quantitative research engagements in business to business and consumer markets. Additionally, Carmel leads the development and implementation of several innovative new research methodologies at AMS.

Carmel is passionate about the intersection of psychology and business. She enjoys helping clients make important business decisions based on customer research. She is particularly excited by how AI and Machine Learning are transforming the field of research and enjoys working with clients to unleash the potential of these new research methodologies. Outside of work, Carmel enjoys spending time with family and friends, travel, dance, and exploring new restaurants.

Areas of interest


Fast Moving Consumer Goods

engineered products & components

Engineered Products & Components

Consumer Durables

non-profit industry

Nonprofit and Public Sector

Building Materials & Durables

banking, investing & insurance

Banking, Investing and Insurance

technology & telecommunications

Technology and Telecommunications

Carmel’s Thought Leadership

Get to know Carmel – she was recently interviewed alongside Abbie Griffin, Ph.D. on the Product Mastery Now Podcast, hosted by Chad McAllister.

Carmel is ready to help solve your business challenges