Nick Huntington is a research scientist at the Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University.
Huntington’s background is in research design, statistics, databases and data management and data programming. At diversitydatakids.org he works on data infrastructure, visualization and providing support to outside groups using the website’s data. His research interests include multivariate statistics, the measurement of environmental contexts for development and data visualization, especially in developing visualizations for communicating quantitative findings to broad audiences of policymakers and other applied stakeholders.
Prior to joining diversitydatakids.org, Huntington was a research development specialist at the Center for Health and Information Analysis. He holds a doctorate in human development from Cornell University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Harvard University.