John Tsirigotis is a healthcare analyst at CHRT. He performs data analysis and conducts research regarding health care trends in Michigan and across the nation.
Prior to joining CHRT, John worked as a survey specialist with Wolverine Pathways, a University of Michigan outreach program that serves middle school and high school students throughout Michigan that hope to attend the University. In this role, he created surveys that were used for data collection and analysis in evaluating the efficacy of the program. Before moving to Michigan to attend graduate school, John served as a middle school math teacher in New Orleans, Louisiana for three years.
John holds a master’s degree in program evaluation and improvement research from the University of Michigan’s School of Education and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy, with a minor in mathematics, from Lafayette College in Easton, PA.
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