Nicholas Beaudoin is a Methodologist at Greenberg Quinlan Rosner. As part of both the Analytics and Field Development Teams, Nicholas provides expertise on econometric modeling and statistical interpretation of polling data. Nicholas plays a hybrid role at GQR by having an extensive background in both public policy and data analysis. 

Before joining GQR, Nicholas conducted a graduate fellowship with the US House of Representatives Financial Services Committee under the minority leadership of Congresswoman Maxime Waters during the summer of 2014. Authoring numerous memorandums on Dodd-Frank Act regulations for the committee, Nicholas worked closely with House staff to further implement progressive financial and prudential legislation. Subsequently, he was offered a Boren Fellowship to continue post-graduate economic research in China. 

Nicholas has a bachelor’s degree in political science from Lewis and Clark College and a master’s degree in international relations, focusing on economics and econometric studies, from University of California, San Diego. Before beginning his graduate studies, Nicholas spent 3 years teaching and learning Mandarin Chinese in Taiwan.