John Ternovski is a multi-disciplinary empiricist with over a decade of experience in data science and social science research. He has focused on using machine learning, causal inference, social media analytics, and computational social science to speak to questions within behavioral science, public policy, and network science.
He is currently working on his PhD at Yale and is the Co-Founder and Principal of Mimir Analytics. He has previously been employed as a senior research fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School (Student Social Support R&D Lab), a lab specializing in large-scale field experiments in the field of education. Prior to this position, he served as the Director of Analytics at the Analyst Institute, a company that designed, implemented, and analyzed large-scale field experiments for a variety of major non-profits and political campaigns. He received his BA in Economics from Dartmouth College. He also holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Oxford and a Master of Arts in Statistics from Yale University.