I’m an engineering graduate from Olin College, and I specialize in the application of data to decision making.
I believe that data-driven decisions will make the world a better place. I’m particularly interested in building sustainable, scalable ‘decision support systems’ that encompass data acquisition, analysis and presentation (for more details, see my Data Analytics experience).
I’ve worked on a number of projects, including:
- MIT Vehicle Design Summit
- Co-Managed 53 engineers to build 4 green cars over one summer.
- Went from ‘4 people and a blackboard’ to product launch in front of MIT’s Dean of Undergraduate Research
- Got extensive practice communicating to external stakeholders, including The Discovery Channel
- Stever Robbins, Inc
- Collected and analyzed data from hundreds of potential users
- Learned to come up to speed with a fast-moving team while minimizing management overhead
- Focused on qualitative and qualitative understanding of user needs
- Flash Conferences
- Co-invented a design methodology, focused on bringing interdisciplinary experts to bear on highly specific problems in the developing world.
- Learned to turn vision into reality
- Data Analytics
- While building my last company, my longtime romance with data became love. So I decided to make it my focus.
- Found the perfect freelance project at a funded Cambridge Startup, guiding strategic decisions using SQL queries, analysis, and visualization.
- Independently studying machine learning with friends at MIT. I’m only at the beginning of my journey, and I intend to keep building my skills until we’ve fixed the world.
Highlight: I’ve done some exciting data visualization work. Click here for a fun example