Andrew Paull Jensen is University Innovation Fellow majoring in National Security Studies with a minor in Applied Data Analytics. Jensen spent the summer at the University of Cambridge studying international security and intelligence. He has written extensively on post-conflict ethnic reintegration, sustainable development, innovation, and system change. Previous to working with President Astrid Tuminez, he worked as the Institutional Advancement Assistant at the Center for Constitutional Studies where he aided in business intelligence, strategic planning, and donor relations. He currently leads teams within the Residential Community Leaders, Honors program, and the LEAD program.
Jensen also currently works as an Innovation Catalyst on campus. In this position, he promotes innovation by utilizing design thinking, data analytics, and systems analysis to foster cross-campus interdisciplinary learning. This spring, he will travel to Silicon Valley to work at the d.school and Google HQ as part of the Stanford Innovation Fellow program. Jensen is passionate about innovation, sustainability, and development. He hopes to pursue a graduate degree in computer engineering, interdisciplinary data analytics, and business administration with the eventual intent to work in the technology and non-profit sectors.