Jeff is a nationally recognized data analyst with expertise in evaluating criminal justice data. Jeff’s work has been instrumental in informing the public discourse on the challenges of using incomplete data to support analyses and inform decisions to solve complex problems.
Before launching AH Datalytics, Jeff worked as an analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency where he worked onit’s classified, the U.S. Department of Defense, and as an analyst with the New Orleans Police Department. He has conducted countless qualitative analyses to produce comprehensive data products to support decision-making.
Jeff has pioneered the use of data visualizations to display compelling insights into the New Orleans criminal justice system in his role as a public safety consultant for the New Orleans City Council. He has refined his authority as an analyst through ingenuity, creativity, and a strong belief that 21st Century analytics is the key to helping organizations access the information that matters.
Jeff’s work has been published in numerous national publications, including FiveThirtyEight, The New York Times, Slate, and more. Jeff obtained his master’s degree from George Washington University and has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas.