Randy Tarnowski is trained in quantitative and qualitative research methods and data visualization. Prior to joining STS, Tarnowski held a diverse range of research and program management positions in international education. As an administrator at the Korean-American Educational Commission, he oversaw the Fulbright Research Program in Seoul. Tarnowski later served as program manager for WorldTeach and as a teaching fellow for the Center for Asia Leadership. Tarnowski has applied his research training with the Foundation for Students Rising Above, as well as with Harvard’s Research Schools International. His written work can be found in Hard Questions on Global Educational Change and in The Routledge Handbook for Global Child Welfare. Tarnowski holds a master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a bachelor’s degrees in international and cultural studies and communication from the University of Tampa.