Jack Goodman actively monitors federal policy developments for Lewis-Burke clients with a specific focus on education, immigration, and healthcare issues. Jack leverages his engineering studies and higher education experience to help clients navigate federal interest in STEM education, automation, and the need for an educated workforce.
Issue Areas: Higher education policy, workforce development, immigration, social and behavioral science, healthcare delivery.
Additional Experience: Prior to joining Lewis-Burke, Jack gained experience in the office of New York Representative Grace Meng, where he closely supported the legislative staff through policy analysis and research. Jack also spent time in the University of California, Berkeley’s student leadership office as a NASPA (Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education) Undergraduate Fellow, handling projects regarding student government and campus safety.
Vital Statistics: Born and raised in New York, Jack headed to the Midwest to attend Washington University in St. Louis. There he received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science through the School of Engineering and Applied Science, with a second major in Applied Economics and Business Strategy through the Olin School of Business. Jack is a black belt in Karate and an avid fan of New York sports teams.