In 2007, I joined Hanover to help build a fast-growing enterprise and to infuse underserved industries, like education, with necessary research. I have been fortunate enough to lead Hanover’s venture into Higher Education and then found our K-12 practice with the idea that colleges, universities, public school districts, and private independent schools aspire to make data-driven decisions but face limitations, either with finances or personnel. Our model is unique and extremely attractive to those who have been forced to do more with less.
I’ve had the opportunity to lead a variety of teams during my tenure at Hanover across sales, account management, marketing, and operations, but nothing is more energizing than our conversations with clients focused around solving major problems that affect student achievement, resource allocation, and shifting priorities to take advantage of new opportunities in a more accountable and more competitive educational market.
Our staff serving clients in education, healthcare, and non-profit sectors have a simple philosophy—work hard, work smart, and work together. Our goal is to find new ways to help level the information playing field and provide administrators and executives with the most comprehensive and concise analysis on major policies and topics. We are successful by improving student achievement, increasing student enrollment, evaluating existing programs, and identifying new opportunities that lead to a smarter, more productive workforce of the future.
"Our goal is to find new ways to help level the information playing field and provide administrators and executives with the most comprehensive and concise analysis on major policies and topics."