What’s the story?

Currently, I live in Mexico City and spend my time practicing Spanish and working on a lot of different things I find fascinating:

  • Recast helps marketing teams improve the efficacy of their advertising budgets
  • Kasi.ai is a platform for automatically optimizing landing-page performance
  • Databases Demystified is an online course targeted to non-computer-science graduates about the most important concepts in databases
  • ChatterVox is a market-research and social-listening platform for Reddit (this project is on pause, but if you’d be interested in working with me to revive it, please reach out!)
  • Bolster is reimagining long term care insurance

Before moving to Mexico City, I lived in NYC where I had the pleasure of leading the analytics and data science team at Harry’s┬áthe men’s grooming brand. My team built and managed the data warehouse, developed our internal marketing attribution tool, and developed a fleet of systems for automated decision making to improve efficiency.

Before Harry’s, I worked as a data scientist at a not-for-profit organization building software for child welfare organizations. There I learned to write python and R and began thinking hard about how to build effective data-driven products. Trained as an econometrician, I studied environmental economics as an undergrad where I learned Stata and studied water demand in desert cities. After undergrad, I moved to Boston where I did research on health economic outcomes working primarily with pharmaceutical companies and developing statistical libraries for SAS.