Geoffrey Grimm is a research programmer at the RAND Corporation. Prior to the RAND Corporation, he received his M.A. from the University of Chicago with a focus on Education Policy and Statistics. His primary roles at RAND include data management, data analysis, and data visualization. Geoffrey has methodological experience with quantitative methods, including linear regression, propensity score matching/analysis, hierarchical modeling, and factor-analysis, as well as qualitative methods, such as interviews, focus groups, and observations. Geoffrey has worked on projects spanning a number of domains including military, education, health, and justice. Some of his current work includes the evaluation of educational interventions, school safety and justice, and an examination of suicides in the military.