Mr. Boudreaux holds a master’s degree in health services research from the University of Minnesota and bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from Augsburg College. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in health services research at the University of Minnesota. His research interests include survey methodology, disability and employment, poverty, transfer programs, and their impact on health and discretionary spending.
At SHADAC, Mr. Boudreaux provides analytical support on federal data projects. Currently, he is assisting the Census Bureau on an evaluation of new health insurance data from the American Community Survey and evaluating replicate weight and design based methods for standard error estimation. Prior to working at SHADAC, he interned for the National Academy of Social Insurance in Washington, D.C., and for the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Minneapolis.