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Bryan Lloyd

Bryan Lloyd

Web & Applications Manager

Bryan provides IT leadership, strategy, and web application development for Wilder Research. He contributes his technical expertise to a wide-range of consulting, measurement, and reporting projects and teams. He oversees web and database development on Compass projects, and leads in development of Quickbase business applications for clients. From planning to delivery, he works to ensure the successful development of software and web-based products for Wilder Research and for our clients. Bryan's technical certifications include ITIL v3, Quick Base Expert Builder, and AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner. Bryan also brings a solid research background to his work, with experience in data collection, instrument design, CATI and web surveys, reporting, and statistical analysis.

As a recipient of the 2020 Kingston Fellowship, Bryan is pursuing a Masters degree in Data Science from the University of St. Thomas. His studies will range from Software Engineering and Big Data to Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. The Kingston Fellowship will help offset costs of this program. “My hope is that during this program I will continually gain new and inspiring knowledge that I can immediately put to work at Wilder. I will apply advanced tools and technology to complex problems in research projects.”

Featured work:

Collaboration Factors Inventory: Free online collaboration assessment tool (website)

East Metro Pulse Data Book: Interactive tool for exploring data from this survey of East Metro residents (embedded React app)

EvaluATOD: Evaluation resources supporting drug prevention efforts (website)

Family and Community Engagement Tools: Assessment tools for child development programs (website)

Metrics for Healthy Communities: Resources for cross-sector community health initiatives (website, interactive logic models)

Minnesota Compass: Social indicators data and analysis by topic and geography for Minnesota (website, API, embedded graphs & data)

Minnesota Department of Education, PBIS: Resources for Minnesota schools using the PBIS framework (website)

Minnesota Homeless Study: Triennial statewide research project, since 1991 (website)

MN Kids Database: Data and reporting for school-based mental health services (website)

North Dakota Compass: Social indicators data and analysis for ND (website)