Sean is a Research and Evaluation Data Manager at the Prenatal-to-3 Policy Impact Center. In his role, Sean leads data collection, preparation, and analysis for our research projects. His work often explores variation in the design and implementation of policies targeting young children and their families. Additionally, Sean builds data-driven tools employed Center-wide.
Previously, Sean taught political science at the University of Pittsburgh for more than six years, leading courses in research methodology, government, and constitutional law. His published work covers topics ranging from voter preference structures to juvenile justice reform.
Sean holds an MA in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh and a JD from Washington University in St. Louis. In another life, he also completed a BA in English at the Ohio State University. Originally from Appalachian Ohio, Sean lives in Nashville with his fiancée and two pampered cats. In his free time, Sean enjoys tinkering with computers and gallantly losing at bar trivia.