Hamilton Galloway joined EMSI’s US team as an economist and senior consultant in 2007, where his work has focused on helping organisations understand economic development opportunities, workforce needs and career transition possibilities as well as linking course provisions to quality careers. Hamilton earned a Master’s degree in applied economics from Washington State University in 2007 and has spoken at national conferences about knowledge economies, data-driven analysis for regional decision-making and new methods of estimated impacts of further and higher education.
While studying at the University of Idaho, where he received his Bachelor’s degree, Hamilton spent some time in Scotland in a study abroad programme at the University of St. Andrews. He enjoyed it so much, he will now be representing EMSI across the UK as a Senior Consultant. Hamilton will be leading the UK team’s burgeoning consultancy services and will initially be focussing his attention on supporting Higher Education Institutions and economic development organisations, including Local Enterprise Partnerships.