Brian conducts analyses to support NJPCSA’s membership and policy priorities. He developed and maintains SchooLens, a comprehensive education data dashboard that provides accountability insights to schools in all phases of their charter. He also provides expertise on New Jersey’s state budget and SFRA funding formula.
Prior to joining NJPCSA, Brian was a SAS programmer and data analyst with the Institute for Traffic Safety Management and Research, part of the SUNY Research Foundation. There he was responsible for working with databases within the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Transportation to extract and analyze statewide ticketing, crash, and other traffic safety related data. Brian also served on a task force focused on redesigning New York’s traffic safety data system. Brian holds a bachelor’s degree from SUNY University at Albany.
After spending the past years in Denver, Brian, his wife Wendy (a former charter school authorizer), and their daughter Gemma moved just across the river to Langhorne, PA. Brian is an avid soccer fan, accordion player, and martial artist—the classic triple threat.
Contact Brian at [email protected] or 609-283-2324.