I’m a Chicago-based data scientist, technology specialist, and teacher.
Most of my time is spent at 84.51˚, the marketing analytics agency of Kroger. There, as a member of the Advanced Programming and Technology Solutions team, I build internal packages and other tech tools to enable other data scientists to work faster and more efficiently.
I’m also an adjunct instructor at the University of Cincinnati, where I teach workshops and courses on Python’s applications in data science. You can see all the offerings, along with descriptions and the date of next delivery, here.
Beyond my formal work, I offer private office hours to help with data science tools and do some freelance data science consulting. If you’re interested in these services, please reach out to me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In my free time, I consume myriad podcasts and newsletters, and keep track of my favorites here. I even make a podcast of my own. Occasionally I dabble in personal coding projects as well, and I blog about some of those projects here.