Shiloh Tillemann-Dick serves as the Research Director at NVCA. His work focuses on the development of qualitative and quantitative analytical products which provide the rest of the team with the material they need to tell NVCA’s story.
Shiloh’s career has focused on combining heaping portions of quantitative and qualitative data, seasoning them with judgement, and serving up the insights necessary for organizations to thrive. Before joining NVCA Shiloh was the Political Director at the Leadership Now Project, where he developed the organization’s political strategy, oversaw expansion into eight new states, and organized the group’s 2022 candidate program. Previously, he led the analytics group at Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures where his work focused on bringing the work of the Johns Hopkins Community from the bench to the marketplace. He also led analytics at the City of Baltimore and managed the big-data buildout for Marriott International, including the data integration for its 2016 merger with Starwood Hotels.
Shiloh is a graduate of Yale University and has lectured on analytics, public policy, and project management at the University of Maryland.