Academically, I am currently pursuing a Master's degree in Information and Data Science from UC-Berkeley's School of Information. I graduated from UC-Berkeley with a degree in Data Science, and certificates in New Media and Entrepreneurship & Technology.
Professionally, I have worked in business analytics for the New York Islanders, Phoenix Suns and New York Mets and am following my dreams of combining my loves of sports and data!
Born and Raised in Long Beach, NY.
This was an assignment of the ethical concerns of athlete biometric data. Per the class, it is written for player’s unions for the purposes of the assignment.
In my final for my music technology class, I developed a generative algorithmic composition that changes based on web-scraped bike sharing data.
This past summer, I worked as a Data Science Intern for the Business Analytics department for the Phoenix Suns basketball team.
In the Fall of 2017, I developed a Sports Analytics course at UC-Berkeley that teaches the fundamentals of sports analytics and data science.
In this project, I oversaw a team of SAGB members to evaluate what positional features have the highest correlation with made and missed shots.
In 2017, I had the opportunity to help a team of students evaluate a Major League Soccer team’s Concession Pricing Strategy.
In this project, we explored the effect of changing the National Basketball Association’s traditional method of awarding a player two foul shots, to instead see every fouled player given one free point.
In the summer of 2017, I worked as a Business Analytics and Data Science Intern in the Venue Services department at the New York Mets.
This was a speech I gave in 2017 to open the Berkeley Sports Analytics and San Francisco Giants Data Science Case Competition.
In the summer of 2016, I worked as a College Football Betting Specialist for a magazine known as Sports Reporter. I had no real qualifications.