Andrew is the Research Scientist for Participatory Methods and Training for the CLF Ventures Healthy Neighborhoods Study. His background is in library research, information visualization, and map making. He comes to CLF from the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, where he was responsible for the data reporting requirements for a federally-funded collective impact initiative. Previously he has also worked for the Smart Chicago Collaborative, the Chicago Community Trust, and the Media Burn Independent Video Archive. He has a B.A. in Tutorial Studies and an M.A. in Divinity from the University of Chicago. He believes that community-driven research is a powerful way to speak truth to power and unite communities.
Research Scientist, Participatory Methods and Training | CLF Massachusetts | He/Him