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Since our inception, D2 Research
has been focused on building a strategic, quality research practice.

The founders and creators of D2 Research decided to collaborate and form a new venture after working together on several research intensive projects. Their passion for producing high quality work has been widely recognized by many partner institutions including Commerce Bank, Johnson County Library System, University of Missouri-Kansas City, the US Army Command and General Staff College, among others. With their wealth of experience, they are comfortable handling even the most fragile of precious objects. Between the two, they are proficient in reading and research in Spanish, Dutch, German, Russian, Serbian, Italian and French. They have close connections with individuals who add Chinese and Greek to their research availability.  

D2 Research is committed to providing an experience that is easy and efficient to meet the needs of every client. Our combined expertise allows for a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary approach to a vast number of subject areas.

We look forward to taking the search out of your research!!!  

Meghan Dohogne
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Meghan Dohogne graduated with her bachelor’s degree in History from McKendree

University in 2014, and her master’s degree in Art History at the University of Missouri-
Kansas City in 2016. She is currently pursuing her I.Ph.D from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dohogne co-authored a book entitled McKendree Recollections in

2014. She was the Assistant Gallery Director of the Todd Weiner Gallery for three years.
In March of 2016, Dohogne began a collaborative project with the Command and
General Staff College in Fort Leavenworth entitled the Art of War Initiative.

Poppy DiCandeloro
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Poppy Di Candeloro graduated with her master’s degree in Art History from the
University of St. Thomas in 2012, and is currently writing her dissertation on Nuclear
Aesthetics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Di Candeloro teaches an Art
History 110 on-line class and serves as undergraduate advisor to art history and studio art
students at UMKC.
In addition to her roles at UMKC, Di Candeloro has been working on a collaborative
project with the Todd Weiner Gallery and the Command and General Staff College in
Fort Leavenworth as an independent curator and researcher.

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