Brandon Domash is an Analytics Manager for the Education Lab and Crime Lab. In this role, Brandon utilizes his extensive knowledge in data analysis, statistical modeling, and data visualization to contribute to various research projects. His work primarily focuses on analyzing interventions that address gun violence, violent crime, and student re-engagement in schools.

Prior to coming to the Lab, Brandon graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he studied mathematical economics and statistics, and worked as a Research Assistant at the Children’s Research Center.

Brandon’s Projects
Youth Advocate Programs

Youth Advocate Programs

The Crime Lab and Education Lab, in partnership with Youth Advocate Programs, Inc. (YAP), conducted a randomized controlled trial of YAP’s wraparound advocacy services to evaluate the program’s impact on youth academic outcomes and violence engagement outcomes.