Neighborhood Effects; Community Building, Development and Organizing; Intervention and Evaluation Research; Community Engaged Research Methods; Geographic Information Systems; Interdisciplinary Research
Andrew is passionate about working with neighborhood groups and residents to influence local development. Prior to entering the Brown School, Andrew worked as a community development professional in low-income neighborhoods and elementary schools on various initiatives including leadership development, youth programming, and deliberative dialogue projects. As a graduate student, Andrew worked on multiple community-engaged research projects focused on neighborhood program evaluation, community economic development, and community-police relations. Andrew earned a BSW from Missouri State University, and an MSW and MPP from the University of Minnesota.