About Census 20/20
The Census 20/20 mission is to foster community preparedness and inspire individual action to support a fair and accurate census in 2020 and beyond.
Meet our Team:
Professor Jason Jurjevich
A broadly trained population geographer focusing on the sociospatial implications of demographic change, Dr. Jurjevich is the Director of the Census 20/20 Project. His research interests are broadly rooted in political and population geography, with a particular emphasis on mobility and migration. Jurjevich received his BBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and graduate degrees from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and University of Arizona.
Dr. Jurjevich is an Associate Professor in the Nohad A. Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning and serves as the Acting Director of the Population Research Center (PRC) at Portland State University (PSU). He teaches courses in population geography and applied demographic methods, serving as Director of the Graduate Certificate in Applied Social Demography. Currently, Dr. Jurjevich serves as a member of the ACS Data Users Group Steering Committee.
Kevin Tracy is a Graduate Research Assistant at the PRC at PSU and is in his final year of the Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) program at the University. With an undergraduate degree from Marquette University, Kevin brings his experience in the civil engineering world to study urban issues at the intersection of planning, policy, and engineering. At the PRC, his work centers on identifying resources and disseminating information to local governments and community-based organizations to help them prepare for the 2020 U.S. Census.