Andrew Sahalie joined Xbox Research in 2017 after working as a data scientist at a small science-based app-development company. Prior to that, he conducted education research for 11 years from a variety of approaches focusing on a variety of cultures.
His interest in gaming research stems from a long-time fascination with the strange ways in which people interact with technology and each other. Microsoft’s platforms are perfect for gamers to play and interact, giving Andrew endless access to fun opportunities and great researchers.
Andrew has an EdM in human development and psychology from Harvard University and a BSEd in secondary education/physical sciences from the University of Idaho. He spends most of his free time in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness near Seattle.