Jeremy works within the Research department to help develop and conduct Public Agenda's many research projects. He brings to the team a background in quantitative and qualitative research, digital communications, and social issues advocacy. With Public Agenda, he has contributed to public opinion research in K-12 and higher education reform, immigration, and healthcare, among other topics. His research interests lie in the intersections of technology, social geography, and public policy. He is a graduate of Macalester College, where he earned a BA in Sociology.
Areas of expertise: Qualitative & quantitative research design, data collection, and analysis; secondary research / public-use data