Andy Fox, Ph.D.

Culturally Responsive Program Evaluation Post-Doctoral Fellow
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
Andy Fox

Dr. Fox is the Post-Doctoral Fellow in Culturally Responsive Program Evaluation for the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance Center situated in the School of Education at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. As a Post-Doctoral Fellow, he works with the Director of Operations, and he is responsible for managing the Center's evaluation activities including the preparation of evaluation reports and data representations for the Center's federal grant officers and public constituents, as well as supervise assigned graduate assistants. Dr. Fox holds a PhD from the University of Denver in the Education Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) department. Prior, Andrew earned a Masters in Public Health from Drexel University and a Business Administration degree from Colorado State University-Pueblo. His passion for evaluation started as an 8th grade educator in West Philadelphia. He later served as an in-house tutor for academically gifted, economically challenged minority students living in Philadelphia. Those hands-on experiences helped him during his first classes in structural equation modeling and propensity score analysis. He has since used evaluation in his professional career. His global work experience includes World Vision in West Africa (Ghana) and conducting health research in Panama. In the United States, Andrew has spent time as a community organizer, where he conducted health equity work. His passion for evaluation has helped his fellow colleagues develop an affinity towards making data-driven decisions and standing on community values.

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