I’m passionate about helping others make sense of data.
Day to day, you can find me building data cleaning pipelines, designing clear visualizations, holding workshops, or working to transform a client’s business questions into an insightful application. With a strong background in geospatial technology, I’m happiest any time I get to look at data with lats and longs.
My past work experience sits in the humanitarian and non-profit sectors, where I worked to improve how data could be used to anticipate humanitarian emergencies and improve government transparency. I was a Data Scientist at MapAction (and seconded to the UN’s Centre for Humanitarian Data), and an Open Data Analyst at OpenNorth.
I have a MSc in Spatial Data Science and Visualization from UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis and a BA in Urban Geography from McGill University.
If it involves maps or boats, I’m there.
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