Economic Development Analyst
Andrew’s background combines economic development, economics, and urban planning to conduct research and data analysis for the AEDC.
He has a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Texas at Dallas and is currently attending the University of Texas at Arlington for a Master’s in City and Regional Planning. During his graduate education, he has received several appointments as a Graduate Research Assistant investigating the economic impacts of transportation investment and improved accessibility and developing a model to score the bike friendliness of different locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. He also counts humanitarian mapping as a hobby, assisting the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team in creating digital maps that improve disaster response and humanitarian work around the world.