Recently I completed all but dissertation in the Political Science PhD program at Binghamton University (SUNY). The program enjoys a national reputation as one that focuses on the study of politics utilizing data analytic tools and trains graduate students to understand and correctly utilize quantitative methods. My thesis work entailed collecting original United Nations data, developing a protocol for storing and coding data, scrubbing, coding, and cleaning the data, running multiple data analyses, and presenting results to various audiences.

Before attending graduate school and while finishing my undergraduate degree, I worked in litigation as a paralegal. At that time, I managed large litigation cases and my responsibilities included gathering client and opposing parties' data, identifying important data, and developing systems for storage and retrieval of the data. After developing the appropriate case management system, I trained trial team personnel (executives, peers, and support members) on how to use the system and ensured that protocols were correctly followed on an ongoing basis.

I am currently open to telecommute, freelance, and/or contract opportunities. Some of the services I provide include:

  • Research
  • Data Analysis
  • Data Management
  • Presentation Design
  • Instructional Material Design
  • Editing - Content and Proofreading
  • Grant Writing, Submission, and Reporting