Alemañy is a design analyst in MDRC’s Center for Applied Behavioral Science (CABS), where he leads the graphic development of intervention materials informed by behavioral science. He specializes in using a user-centered approach to redesign program and agency communications. Alemañy has helped design and test behavioral science-based solutions on projects such as Encouraging Additional Summer Enrollment and Behavioral Interventions to Advance Self Sufficiency-Next Generation. He has also worked one-on-one with programs — helping them to use insights from behavioral science to strengthen their service delivery — as a part of technical assistance engagements such as the Health Profession and Opportunity Grant Behavioral Webinar Series and the Annie E. Casey Foundation Executive-Skills Coaching Pilot Technical Assistance project. Alemañy holds bachelor’s degrees in business administration and psychology from the University of North Florida.