- Election Initiatives
- The Pew Charitable Trusts
Sean Greene is the research manager for Election Initiatives at Pew. He oversees original analyses for Pew’s portfolio of work on election administration, including military and overseas voting, the role of technology and data, and voter registration systems.
As the lead researcher for the Election’s Initiatives, Greene examines key issues in election administration and explores the potential of various reforms, including strategies to streamline voter registration, more effectively communicate with voters, and reduce the costs of conducting elections while reducing errors. Greene also collects and evaluates external research for the team’s Election Data Dispatches, which inform stakeholders and the public about advances and challenges faced by election administrators around the country.
Before coming to Pew, Greene examined voter turnout issues as the research associate for the Committee for the Study of the American Electorate.
Greene holds a master’s degree in international affairs from George Washington University and a bachelor’s degree in government from Colby College.