I am currently the Lead Analytics Solutions Architect at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, based remotely out of Nashville, Tennessee. I completed my Master of Public Policy and MSc in Applied Statistics at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. I graduated with a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. There I also majored in Spanish and minored in Portuguese. I previously worked as a Technical Officer at the World Health Organization, serving as a focal point for all technical aspects related to disability across the global organization, and as a Senior Healthcare Data Analyst/Technical Lead at Embold Health, a Nashville-based healthcare data start-up focused on improving care through objective quality measurement of physicians.

At St. Jude, I partner with colleagues across the institution to look for new ways to enhance, develop or execute data-driven solutions and insights through the use of analytics, particularly focused on increasing self-sufficiency for our customers. In all projects, I bring this analytical way of thinking cultivated since a young age: breaking problems into their component parts, identifying the tools available to solve them, strategizing the optimal way forward.

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