Andrew R. Hanson is a senior research fellow at Strada Institute for the Future of Work. He is dedicated to leveraging insights about the jobs and skills of the future so that our learning ecosystem can help more Americans cultivate the talents they will need to thrive in their careers and lives.
Before joining Strada, Andrew served as a Senior Research Analyst at the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, led by a team of labor economists with backgrounds in education to understand the connections between education, career qualifications, and workforce demands. Before transitioning to a career as a researcher, he worked as a mathematics teacher at Busch Middle School in the Saint Louis Public Schools.
Hanson is a first-generation college graduate and an alumnus of Teach For America, the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the University of Missouri-Saint Louis, and Georgetown University, where he earned B.A. in philosophy and economics, an M.A. education, and a certificate in data science respectively.