Grant joined After-School All-Stars in 2016 as a National Research & Evaluation Assistant. He is committed to ensuring that programmatic data is being utilized effectively and efficiently, and is passionate about mobilizing data for positive change. Grant's primary role is to provide support for the data and programmatic teams, and to develop innovative ways of collecting and analyzing data.
Grant holds a B.A. in English from the University of Virginia, with a minor in Comparative Literature and an additional focus in Education. He has also holds a Certificate in Non-Profit Management and an MSW from Virginia Commonwealth University, with a concentration in Administration, Planning, and Policy Practice. As a culminating project, he co-designed and co-implemented an evaluation of the Virginia Rules Summer Camp, a camp for at-risk middle schoolers hosted by the Virginia Office of the Attorney General. Grant has previously worked as a Research & Operations Analyst for a free healthcare clinic in Richmond, VA, leading the organization towards accreditation as a Patient Centered Medical Home.
He has studied community-based research with the Division of Community Engagement at VCU, and education policy as a legislative intern in the office of Delegate Jennifer L. McClellan.