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At Johns Hopkins, Alex Lundry is a lecturer for the MS in Data Analytics and Policy program.

Lundry is the co-founder of a trio of leading data and analytics firms, Redbud Consulting, Deep Root Analytics, and Tunnl Data, each specializing in helping clients use research, data, and analytics to inform their political, advocacy, and communications efforts. Hailed in the book The Victory Lab as “one of the most methodologically sophisticated opinion researchers working in Republican politics,” Lundry has worked as a campaign data scientist, pollster, microtargeter, data-miner and data-visualizer for presidential candidates, national organizations, and Fortune 50 companies.

He ran the analytics efforts for both Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential bid and Jeb Bush’s 2016 primary campaign. As a pollster, he conducts surveys and moderates focus groups on subjects spanning the race for the White House all the way to Hollywood movies. He is one of the country’s leading experts on electoral targeting, voter analytics, and political data-mining.

Lundry is also a creator of political data visualizations and infographics, with his work featured by Wired Magazine, Fast Company, and The Washington Post. He is also an adjunct instructor of data science and data visualization at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy.

A New Jersey native, Lundry graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in political science and education. He spent three years teaching high school social studies in suburban Philadelphia before earning a master’s degree in public policy from the Georgetown Public Policy Institute.

Lundry currently lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and four children.

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