Andrew P. Hogue

Andy Hogue serves as the founding Director of the Baylor Social Innovation Collaborative, Director of the Philanthropy & Public Service Program, and Senior Lecturer in the Honors College at Baylor. His research and teaching focus on social innovation, philanthropy, education, and public affairs.He is author of Stumping God: Reagan, Carter, and the Invention of a Political Faith and (forthcoming, with L. Gregory Jones) Traditioned Innovation.His work has also appeared in Stanford Social Innovation Review.Andy earned a BA from Clemson University, MA and PhD from Baylor University, and completed an executive program in Design Thinking at Stanford University.He is married to Tiffany Hogue (Clinical Professor of Higher Education Leadership and Policy at Baylor) and is dad to Anna and Caroline.

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