Andrew joined NCJJ in 2010. He holds a Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Bowling Green State University with a focus on interventions with at-risk youth. Andrew’s practical experiences include residential treatment, assessment, and quality assurance. Andrew was an integral part of the development, launch, and maintenance of the JJGPS web resource which tracks state level juvenile justice reform across the country. Andrew has helped state and local jurisdiction collect, analyze, report, and respond to juvenile justice data for several projects including the PEW Charitable Trust's Multi-State Recidivism Study, the OJJDP funded Model Data Project, and building data capacity for a local juvenile detention center. Andrew also has experience evaluating the impact of the Enhanced Resource Guidelines in child abuse and neglect cases, evaluating the effects of Domestic Child Sex Trafficking training for judicial officers and conducting trauma consultations in family courts. Andrew is currently managing the Nevada Center for Juvenile Justice Innovation, an evidence-based resource center for Nevada’s juvenile justice system and conducting an assessment of the family court model in Nevada.