Andrew Rodriguez Calderón

  • Computational Journalist
  • The Marshall Project

Andrew is a computational journalist at The Marshall Project, a nonprofit newsroom covering the United States criminal justice system. He is also an Adjunct Professor at The New School in New York city, where he teaches data, design and community engagement, and additionally works as a Project & Product Designer for the Journalism + Design Lab, an non-profit initiative to develop civic infrastructure through free journalism and design training at community colleges. His work and practice sits at the intersection of collaborative design, product development and journalism engineering. Recently he has been exploring AI and hosting community listening sessions with people and groups affected by book bans in prisons to think about how generative machine learning can help decode complex bureaucracy and empower people often marginalized by systems of power.