Hello! I am a public policy professional specializing in addressing collective action problems, such as climate change and democratic gridlock. My approach is data-and-values driven, incorporating rigorous statistical analysis alongside a commitment to partner with the best virtues in humanity.
Currently, I work as an data + communications consultant for a variety of nonprofit organizations and social enterprises. Some of the tools I am currently developing include a custom webcrawler and graph database for , an internal report of employee productivity for a local jobs training program and circular economy nonprofit, a , and for public use. I am actively seeking additional opportunities (part- or full-time) in the measurement, evaluation, and learning (MEL) field within organizations working on issues related to civic engagement and/or political reform.
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I also am a trustee for , the world's leading convener of interfaith gatherings, including . Furthermore, I am available as a consultant for faith-based political messaging and event planning through , specializing in outreach to center-right religious audiences on issues traditionally viewed as progressive.
In a previous professional life, I worked as an after-school youth director at a neighborhood church in Chicago and helped establish as a steering committee member from its first year until I aged out of leadership.
My education includes a Master of Public Policy and a Master of Divinity from the University of Chicago, and a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies and Conflict Transformation from North Park University. I have been a Flatiron School data science fellow (Washington DC campus) and a Louisville Institute pastoral study fellow.