My current projects have stemmed from my personal mission to help women and children in underserved countries receive education and learn financial independence. I believe that education is one of the main keys to breaking the cycle of poverty and that financial independence is essential for women to achieve their full potential. After some education and understanding through J-PAL (The Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab), led by Profs. Duflo and Banerjee (awarded Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty), I’ve acquired foundational knowledge in understanding the challenges of global poverty, economics, and applying data analysis to these global and social problems.
If you are in need of processing large amounts of data in order to make decisions or find solutions to specific problems, please contact me on LinkedIn and we can quickly determine if it would be a good idea to work together. I have a wide range of experience in intelligence collection, profile shaping, digital and analog signal collection, and geospatial intelligence. I am able to research, collect, and disseminate information on any industry or topic. I can also shape profiles of individuals or groups, collect digital and analog signals, and analyze geospatial data to identify trends and relationships. I choose to work on projects that complement the work that I am currently involved as it relates to my personal mission.