As a Research Analyst at ICIC, Aaron uses diverse quantitative and qualitative methods to support projects that seek to understand and characterize under-resourced communities across the United States. Prior to joining ICIC, Aaron worked as a paid intern at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) on the Environment and Health Data Portal team, where he supported and led numerous projects that characterized neighborhood health across New York City and communicated the findings to the public. Aaron received dual-master’s degrees from Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in public health and ethics, where he worked on multiple quantitative and qualitative research projects including two self-driven master’s theses on politically diverse perceptions of Covid-19 masking and testing and community leader perspectives on Jewish mourning rituals for unexpected death. Aaron also received dual-bachelor’s degrees from the same institutions in data science and Jewish thought.
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