The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy

Frank Li, MPP'19

Frank Li, Data Analyst, Lurie Institute for Disability Policy

Frank Li is a data analyst at the Lurie Institute for Disability Policy at Brandeis University’s Heller School for Social Policy and Management. He has several years of experience in data management, graphic design, and geographic information systems (GIS). Before joining Lurie, Frank worked both in other academic policy research groups and in the private sector, testing and developing GIS software and cartographic data. He holds a BA in Urban Planning and Music Composition from the University of California, San Diego, an MFA in Composition and Theory from Brandeis University, and a GIS Technician Certificate from San Diego Mesa College. He is currently completing his Master's of Public Policy at the Heller School.

In addition to policy research work, Frank is a composer, writer, and visual artist whose creative pursuits tend toward the abstract, sociopolitical, and digital. In addition to individual pieces, he is working on an hour-length interdisciplinary multimedia project integrating all three disciplines.