We want to make the world a better place, through data. This means helping organizations and individuals to better explore, understand, and use information.
Our primary focuses are consulting and teaching. Though the combination may appear unusual, we approach consulting in the exact same way we approach teaching: with the end goal of empowering the client.
When we consult, we don't just provide answers like traditional consultants - we provide analytical approaches for asking the right questions and tools for uncovering answers.
When we teach, we don't just teach methods like traditional teachers - we teach context and challenge students to think (and learn) on their own.
Data Science for Social Good
As part of our commitment to making our corner of the world just a little better, we offer reduced rates for budget-constrained organizations which are involved in delivering a “social good”. If you are a public sector institution, NGO, academic institution, or public benefit corporation exploring the potential of data science or machine learning to help achieve your mission of making a positive impact in the world, we would love to hear from you!
I am originally from Gainesville, Florida and earned a BA in Economics from The University of the South in Tennessee (2012). I graduated with a Master’s in Economics from the Paris School of Economics and the Sorbonne in France (2015) and spent the following summer as a data science fellow at the University of Chicago's Data Science for Social Good program. I am currently working as a bioinformatician in the Genetics and Genome Biology Lab at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. In my free time, I enjoy playing basketball, cycling, and watching the Toronto Raptors.
I am a data scientist, epidemiologist, and economist. I have worked with the Florida Department of Health (USA), the Chicago Department of Public Health (USA), the Barcelona Public Health Agency (Spain), the Tigray Regional Health Bureau (Ethiopia) and the Manhiça Health Research Center (Mozambique). My research focuses on the economics of malaria and its elimination. I earned my BA at Sewanee: The University of the South (2008), an MA at the Institut Catholique de Paris (2009) and an MPH at the Kobenhavns Universitet (2013). I am passionate about international development, infectious disease surveillance, teaching, running, and pizza.
I graduated with a BA in International Relations from the University of Toronto (2012) and a Masters in Economics of Local Development from the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne (2015). I love finding creative ways to communicate complex ideas using data visualization and user-focused design. In my free time, I enjoy playing the ukulele, practicing stoicism, and hanging out with my toddler.