Andy Locke is an Instructional Designer at NYU Tandon Online. Prior to joining NYU, he was the Media Specialist at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative (HHI), part of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. There, he served as principle web developer for HHI and three of its subsidiary programs, lead the design and development of numerous e-learning courses and learning management platforms, and directed The Humanitarian Assistance Podcast, now the #1 podcast in the humanitarian category as ranked by Google and iTunes.
Prior to joining HHI, Andy reported for New England Public Radio, producing spots and features forbroadcast on WFCR-Amherst and WBUR-Boston. He has published news stories in The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, The Huffington Post, and on various blogs.
Andy holds a BA in New Media Journalism from Hampshire College. He likes puzzles, the Boston Red Sox, and sopaipillas.
Bachelor of Arts, New Media Journalism
Andy's work at HHI encompassed four distinct roles: (1) Principal Web Developer for HHI and three of its subsidiary programs: the Advanced Training Program on Humanitarian Action (ATHA), KoBoToolbox’s Humanitarian Needs Assessment Training, and the Building a Better Response (BBR) project. (2) UX Designer for ATHA and BBR. (3) Lead E-Learning Developer for HHI, ATHA, and BBR. (4) Technical Director for The Humanitarian Assistance Podcast.
From: August 2012 to June 2016
Supported four sales representatives in two states, managing schedules, collecting deposits, and selling additional services. Used Salesforce CRM to track leads, manage accounts, and generate reports
From: September 2011 to July 2012
Reported, wrote, voiced, and produced spot- and feature-length pieces for broadcast on WBUR-Boston and WFCR-Amherst. Collaborated with news director, editors, reporters, and producers on research, editing, and recording
From: June 2011 to August 2011
Coordinated fivefold increase in membership and new content production. Received College’s Ingenuity Award in recognition of outstanding work
From: February 2009 to May 2011