Zach Alexander is a Data Engineer with the Technology Team at the Center for Court Innovation. His portfolio mainly includes working to develop an organization-wide data warehouse and developing ways to automate many in-house systems through code-based solutions. Before joining the Center, he was a Senior Research Analyst at the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. There, he analyzed robust datasets to review the funder-grantee relationship in an effort to give a stronger voice to nonprofits and their missions. Before working at CEP, he spent two years as an AmeriCorps service member analyzing district-wide data from Boston Public Schools and collaborated with officials to lower high school dropout rates in inner-city Boston. Zach holds a M.S. in Data Science from the CUNY School of Professional Studies and a B.A. in Biology from St. Mary's College of Maryland.