Justin Beyler is the Data Director at Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children. Working with PPC’s Vice President of Data and Strategy, he collects and analyzes data that detail the conditions of Pennsylvania’s children in PPC’s areas of policy focus.
Justin oversees regular updates to the Pennsylvania KIDS COUNT® Data Center where more than 130 indicators of child well-being are tracked across a wide array of program domains at the state, county, city, and school district levels.
Prior to joining PPC, Justin spent nearly 14 years working for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He recently worked as a Statistics Supervisor for the Department of Education where he managed a data team in the Data Quality Office that engaged in collection, analysis, and reporting of various areas of elementary and secondary data and provided recommendations to executives and policymakers through data analyses to inform and develop program initiatives across the agency.
He also worked for the Department of Human Services as a data supervisor in the Office of Income Maintenance and a statistical analyst for the Office of Child Development and Early Learning; gaining experience in both benefit assistance programs and early childhood data systems.
Justin is a graduate of Millersville University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics. He resides in Northern Lebanon with his wife, son, and daughter.