Sean is a proud native of Philadelphia. After completing his undergraduate degree at Penn, majoring in Communications with a minor in Urban Education, he spent a few years in marketing analytics based in both New York City and Philadelphia. Sean is thrilled to be a Quaker again as a graduate student in the Masters of Public Administration program at the Fels Institute of Government. His topics of interest include early childhood development and education, Philadelphia cultural institutions, and environmental protection (and all of the ways that these intersect). In what free time he has left, Sean enjoys singing with his a cappella group PHLx (pronounced ‘flex’), hanging out with his dog Murphy, and searching for the perfect breakfast sandwich/cold brew coffee pairing.