Todd is a Data Analyst at the Center for Public Health Systems Science at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis. He works on several of the Center’s current projects, including: ASPiRE (Advancing Science and Policy in the Retail Environment), which assesses retail tobacco policy activity in the US; evaluation of the Washington University ICTS (Institute for Clinical & Translational Sciences); North Dakota Tobacco Control Program evaluation; and Tobacco Town Minnesota, which uses agent-based modeling to test the potential impact of retail tobacco policies in Minnesota. His interests include all aspects of the policy process, and data visualization strategies. Todd has consulted for various local non-profit organizations performing data analysis and program evaluation. He has also served as Adjunct Faculty for the Brown School of Social Work, teaching courses in transdisciplinary tobacco control approaches and quantitative analysis.