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Andy Green

MS in Data Science for Public Policy Candidate ‘21

Georgetown University

Background

Andy Green is a first-year graduate student in the Data Science for Public Policy program (MS-DSPP) at Georgetown University. Since arriving at Georgetown, he has worked as a Graduate Research Assistant for the Massive Data Institute and the Center for Retirement Initiatives, in addition to serving as a Data Viz Editor for the Georgetown Public Policy Review.

Prior to starting graduate school, he spent five years in the retail and grocery industry. Most recently, he helped lead the international launch of Lidl's US operations, as a leader on the Promotions team. In that role, he analyzed the grocery market in depth, crafted a differentiated promotional strategy from scratch, established his team's cross-functional processes, and led a team of direct reports through Lidl's initial launch and first two years of operations.

Interests

  • The link between education and labor market outcomes
  • Consumer financial protection
  • Poverty and the social safety net
  • American politics

Education

  • Master of Science in Data Science for Public Policy (MS-DSPP), 2021

    Georgetown University

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), 2014

    University of Michigan

Data Viz

The Growing Divide: Red States vs. Blue States

Interactive dashboard exploring how the relationship between party control of state government and various well-being metrics has evolved over the last 20 years. This is part 2 of a multi-part series of visualizations and analyses exploring this topic.

Relationship Between Party Control of State Government and Key Well-Being Metrics

Interactive dashboard exploring the relationship between party control of state government and a variety of well-being metrics at the state level. This is part 1 of a multi-part series of visualizations and analyses exploring this topic.

Additional Publications

(2020). Auto-Portability: What it is, Why it’s Needed, and How it Will Strengthen Retirement Security. Center for Retirement Initiatives.