As Data Associate on the Policy and Research Team, Andrew transforms both survey and administrative data into deep insights about consumer financial health. He believes the most critical social justice issues we face today are intertwined with wealth disparities, and he seeks to expand the reach and impact of the Financial Health Network’s research to address these issues head-on.
Andrew analyzes data for a range of research and consulting projects, including the Financial Health Pulse®, the organization’s key research initiative on financial health in America. Before joining the organization, he developed his research skills as a policy analyst with the Urban Institute. Andrew is also an alumnus of the AmeriCorps VISTA program, which matches participants with organizations to create or expand anti-poverty programs.
Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree from Lewis & Clark College, as well as a Master of Public Administration with a certificate of advanced study in data analytics for public policy from Syracuse University.