Mr. Agiorgitis has worked with CDDER since 2015 as a data analyst. He works on projects related to health and risk surveillance nationally for both public and private service agencies. Mr. Agiorgitis provides and works with research that helps state and provider agencies to assist them in collecting and analyzing quality-related information and to understand and utilize health- and risk -related data about their service recipients to improve supports and services. He has experience in instructional design, qualitative and quantitative research, and teaching. Previously, Andreas has worked in research and administrative support for programs that provide improved education and healthcare opportunities, both locally and abroad. Mr. Agiorgitis received a Master’s degree in Technology, Innovation, and Education from Harvard University and a Bachelor’s of arts degree in psychology and anthropology from the University of Chicago.