I like to help students find their own answers through asking them questions about the work they are doing. I find that this helps them learn how to think about the subject and provides the gratification of solving the problem on their own.
I am a former Statistics Analyst for ESPN with a degree in physics from the University of Connecticut recently relocated to the Denver area. I have been tutoring friends and family in math and science for seven years and am looking to expand that to new students.
ESPN, Bristol, CT — Statistics Analyst I
AUGUST 2016 - JULY 2018
Initiated and developed automation tools in Excel that saved over 100 hours per year, including:
College Football Roster Scrubber
MLB.com Athlete Hometown Data Scraper
College Football Recruiting Ratings Scraper
Assisted in a project to modify team names from 17 sports from mixed case to proper case using knowledge of Excel and VBA to improve customer experience on ESPN digital outputs
Prepared an evaluation of on-air College Football Analyst game-day predictions as measured against against ESPN’s Football Power Index for the Vice President of Statistics and Information Group
Authored articles for WWE on ESPN.com
Responsible for monitoring live statistical coverage of all major professional and college sports with an emphasis on speed and accuracy
Connecticut Democratic Party, Hartford, CT — Data Fellow
JUNE 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2016
Assisted Data Director with local trainings (10-20 attendees) as well as a statewide training (100+ attendees) of the Democratic Party’s data management tool
Tracked and created a database for all local election results in Connecticut
Wilton Family YMCA, Wilton, CT — Waterfront Director
FEBRUARY 2012 - AUGUST 2016
Part of a management team responsible for educating, scheduling and supervising 20 to 30 lifeguards and swim instructors
Responsible for employee development and accountability, including writing and delivering performance reviews, providing ongoing feedback, and resolving personnel issues
University of Connecticut, August 2015 — BA in Physics
As an undergraduate much of my coursework was devoted to physics, advanced mathematics, and statistics. I also took several writing-intensive courses in history, English, and physics.
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