Search
Davey F.'s Photo

Davey F.

Harvard Data Scientist/Georgia Tech Engineer - Tableau, Excel, SQL

Harvard Data Scientist/Georgia Tech Engineer - Tableau, Excel, SQL

$60/hour

  • 72 hours tutoring

About Davey


Bio

Hi y'all!

My name is Davey, and I was born and raised in Atlanta (Sandy Springs), Ga. My educational experience includes an undergraduate degree from Georgia Tech in Industrial Engineering and a certified Harvard Business School Data Scientist. My professional experience includes 5 years in advanced analytics for 2 Fortune 50 companies, where I now manage a team of 6 engineers performing analytics for my company’s online space. I love math, science, and analytics, but my true passion is...

Hi y'all!

My name is Davey, and I was born and raised in Atlanta (Sandy Springs), Ga. My educational experience includes an undergraduate degree from Georgia Tech in Industrial Engineering and a certified Harvard Business School Data Scientist. My professional experience includes 5 years in advanced analytics for 2 Fortune 50 companies, where I now manage a team of 6 engineers performing analytics for my company’s online space. I love math, science, and analytics, but my true passion is teaching and watching others grow!
A bit about myself outside of my professional career, while I spent my time at Georgia Tech I participated in many extracurriculars, including being a trainer of the Women's Basketball Team. My one true love is sports and has always been my outlet to the rigorous life of an engineer and data scientist. Additionally, I have extensive experience tutoring children of all ages as my family owned and operated a childcare center for 20+ years. I have been surrounded by children my entire life, from tutoring and caring for kids at our daycare center, to tutoring at after school programs in low-income neighborhoods. I am very patient and will go to whatever lengths I can to help you or your child understand mathematics, science, Excel, analytics, etc. I have a corny and fun sense of humor which helps make studying for such rigorous subjects not so terrible. If you or your child needs any assistance in the following areas please don’t hesitate to reach out!

I can tutor:
Excel, Tableau, SQL
SAT/ACT Math
Statistics/Probability
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus
Biology, Chemistry, Physics 1, Physics 2


Education

Georgia Institute of Technology
Industrial and Systems Engineering
(1) Harvard Business School
MBA

Policies


Schedule

Loading...

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat


Subjects

Business

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.

Computer

Microsoft Access,

Microsoft Access

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.
Microsoft Outlook,

Microsoft Outlook

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.
SQL

SQL

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.

Corporate Training

Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.
SQL,

SQL

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.
Statistics

Statistics

I have completed several Harvard and Georgia Tech courses in Statistics as well as run a Data Analytics team for Home Depot. I’ve been in analytics for 5 years professionally and have an extensive amount of educational experience with statistics.

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

History

American History,

American History

While in High School I took AP US History. This was my favorite class I took. History is a passion of mine, and as I grow older, I travel more and more within the United States to really grab a grasp of the history and efforts it took to make this great nation. I received a 5 on the AP Exam, exempting me from taking the course in college. While applying for colleges, I took the US History SAT Subject test for fun, and to demonstrate my wealth of knowledge in American History.
Geography

Geography

I have experience in SQL and databases for 5 years at a corporate setting.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Graduating from Georgia Tech with an Engineering degree required a strong knowledge in the math and sciences. Getting into Georgia Tech alone requires an SAT Math score with a minimum of 690, so it takes a certain passion for math and numbers to get accepted. Also, participating in the number 1 program in the world for my major definitely tested my math and science knowledge, as one finds out quite quickly when arriving to Georgia Tech. I have always excelled in math, and was always in either honors, AP, or IB level math courses. In high school I took Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, and calculus. The knowledge I gained from these courses were expected and quickly put to use in every single Georgia Tech math and science course. The concepts from these courses will forever be ingrained into my head.
Calculus,

Calculus

While attending Georgia Tech, and receiving my Industrial Engineering degree, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Calculus 3 were all required courses of my curriculum. In addition to the three calculi, many courses demanded thorough knowledge of calculus principles. A few examples are: Physics 1, Physics 2, Simulation, Optimization, Stochastics, and Capital Investments I received either A's or B's in these courses. Having a good understanding of the foundation and principles of Calculus were essential for one to be successful in receiving an Industrial Engineering diploma from Georgia Tech.
Statistics,

Statistics

I have completed several Harvard and Georgia Tech courses in Statistics as well as run a Data Analytics team for Home Depot. I’ve been in analytics for 5 years professionally and have an extensive amount of educational experience with statistics.
Algebra 2, Biology, Geometry, Physics, Prealgebra, Precalculus, SAT Math

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Graduating from Georgia Tech with an Engineering degree required a strong knowledge in the math and sciences. Getting into Georgia Tech alone requires an SAT Math score with a minimum of 690, so it takes a certain passion for math and numbers to get accepted. Also, participating in the number 1 program in the world for my major definitely tested my math and science knowledge, as one finds out quite quickly when arriving to Georgia Tech. I have always excelled in math, and was always in either honors, AP, or IB level math courses. In high school I took Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, and calculus. The knowledge I gained from these courses were expected and quickly put to use in every single Georgia Tech math and science course. The concepts from these courses will forever be ingrained into my head.
Calculus,

Calculus

While attending Georgia Tech, and receiving my Industrial Engineering degree, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Calculus 3 were all required courses of my curriculum. In addition to the three calculi, many courses demanded thorough knowledge of calculus principles. A few examples are: Physics 1, Physics 2, Simulation, Optimization, Stochastics, and Capital Investments I received either A's or B's in these courses. Having a good understanding of the foundation and principles of Calculus were essential for one to be successful in receiving an Industrial Engineering diploma from Georgia Tech.
Linear Algebra,

Linear Algebra

I took Linear Algebra at Armstrong State University, which I received a B in. Then at Georgia Tech, I took Calculus 2, which has the linear algebra requirement for Industrial Engineering built into the curriculum. I received a B in this class as well. Linear Algebra at Georgia Tech is taught in an accelerated learning format. So all in all, I took the class twice. Many of the concepts in linear algebra are used in many classes throughout my Industrial Engineering curriculum, especially Physics/Physics 2 and any optimization classes. Solving multi-variable equations through matrices is expected knowledge in Georgia Tech engineering courses, which essentially is the foundation of Linear Algebra.
Logic,

Logic

I have 5 years of experience in Data Analytics at 2 fortune 50 companies (UPS & Home Depot). I currently manage a team of 6 data analysts in the online analytics space where we perform analytics on Home Depot's Online competitiveness. Prior to my current position, I managed an analytics team of 2 data analysts and 3 software engineers in Supply Chain analytics. In these roles I heavily utilized SQL, Tableau, excel, access, vba, etc.
Statistics,

Statistics

I have completed several Harvard and Georgia Tech courses in Statistics as well as run a Data Analytics team for Home Depot. I’ve been in analytics for 5 years professionally and have an extensive amount of educational experience with statistics.
ACT Math, Algebra 2, Geometry, Physics, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Probability, SAT Math, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Graduating from Georgia Tech with an Engineering degree required a strong knowledge in the math and sciences. Getting into Georgia Tech alone requires an SAT Math score with a minimum of 690, so it takes a certain passion for math and numbers to get accepted. Also, participating in the number 1 program in the world for my major definitely tested my math and science knowledge, as one finds out quite quickly when arriving to Georgia Tech. I have always excelled in math, and was always in either honors, AP, or IB level math courses. In high school I took Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, and calculus. The knowledge I gained from these courses were expected and quickly put to use in every single Georgia Tech math and science course. The concepts from these courses will forever be ingrained into my head.
Calculus,

Calculus

While attending Georgia Tech, and receiving my Industrial Engineering degree, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Calculus 3 were all required courses of my curriculum. In addition to the three calculi, many courses demanded thorough knowledge of calculus principles. A few examples are: Physics 1, Physics 2, Simulation, Optimization, Stochastics, and Capital Investments I received either A's or B's in these courses. Having a good understanding of the foundation and principles of Calculus were essential for one to be successful in receiving an Industrial Engineering diploma from Georgia Tech.
Statistics,

Statistics

I have completed several Harvard and Georgia Tech courses in Statistics as well as run a Data Analytics team for Home Depot. I’ve been in analytics for 5 years professionally and have an extensive amount of educational experience with statistics.
Algebra 2, Biology, Geometry, Physics, Prealgebra, Precalculus

Music

Trumpet

Trumpet

I played Trumpet for 9 years everyday in school. I took lessons on top of that. I participated in jazz band and honor band. I was second chair in honor band. I also play the piano. I performed one night in Carnegie Hall in New York.

Other

Geography

Geography

I have experience in SQL and databases for 5 years at a corporate setting.

Science

Biology, Physics

Sports/Recreation

Bodybuilding,

Bodybuilding

I have been body building for 8 years. I played high school football, competed and placed in triathlons for 3 years, and trained the Georgia Tech Women's Basketball team (a Div. 1 school) for 3 years. I am currently in the process of trying out for Semi-professional football in Georgia. I currently hold the largest flat bench at Georgia Tech with 360 lbs. I'm in the Georgia Tech Barbell club (GTBBC) as well. Exercise has always been my passion outside of engineering, and I believe I'm extremely knowledgeable in the health and fitness subject field.
Fitness

Fitness

I have currently been body building for 8 years. I played high school football, competed and placed in triathlons for 3 years, and trained the Georgia Tech Women's Basketball team (a Div. 1 school) for 3 years. While in college I also participated in the Georgia Tech and Armstrong State A-Team Ultimate frisbee clubs. I am currently in the process of trying out for Semi-professional football team in Georgia, the Georgia Falcons. I also hold the largest flat bench at Georgia Tech with 360 lbs. I'm in the Georgia Tech Barbell club (GTBBC) as well. Exercise has always been my passion outside of engineering, and I believe I'm extremely knowledgeable in the health and fitness subject field.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Graduating from Georgia Tech with an Engineering degree required a strong knowledge in the math and sciences. Getting into Georgia Tech alone requires an SAT Math score with a minimum of 690, so it takes a certain passion for math and numbers to get accepted. Also, participating in the number 1 program in the world for my major definitely tested my math and science knowledge, as one finds out quite quickly when arriving to Georgia Tech. I have always excelled in math, and was always in either honors, AP, or IB level math courses. In high school I took Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, and calculus. The knowledge I gained from these courses were expected and quickly put to use in every single Georgia Tech math and science course. The concepts from these courses will forever be ingrained into my head.
Calculus,

Calculus

While attending Georgia Tech, and receiving my Industrial Engineering degree, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Calculus 3 were all required courses of my curriculum. In addition to the three calculi, many courses demanded thorough knowledge of calculus principles. A few examples are: Physics 1, Physics 2, Simulation, Optimization, Stochastics, and Capital Investments I received either A's or B's in these courses. Having a good understanding of the foundation and principles of Calculus were essential for one to be successful in receiving an Industrial Engineering diploma from Georgia Tech.
Statistics,

Statistics

I have completed several Harvard and Georgia Tech courses in Statistics as well as run a Data Analytics team for Home Depot. I’ve been in analytics for 5 years professionally and have an extensive amount of educational experience with statistics.
Algebra 2, Biology, Geometry, Physics, SAT Math

Test Preparation

ACT Math, PSAT, SAT Math

Ratings and Reviews


Rating

5.0 (23 ratings)
5 star
(23)
4 star
(0)
3 star
(0)
2 star
(0)
1 star
(0)

Reviews

Show reviews that mention

All reviews

Dedicated professional

Worked through many layers of information that I had compiled to find the root cause of my issues. Plan to use Davey again for future issues as they arise. Also gave recommendations to further improve my Tableau visualizations for higher ups.

Bill, 1 lesson with Davey

Knowledgeable and patient

Davey taught me tips and best approach to view and create data in Tableau. The issues he helped me with were a bit complex but he was able to help me learn and find alternative solutions. Thanks, Davey!

Detrice, 1 lesson with Davey

He is very knowledge and patient tutor.

He taught me how to build a new list and filter out a list in excel and taught me to use tableau to do the same thing. He is very familiar with data analysis. My major is accounting. He pointed out my mistake and helped me correct it.

Xiaoyan, 1 lesson with Davey

Excellent tutor!

He was very patient and explained the material in terms that were easy to understand. He has deep expertise in ssms SQL and Tableau and is also very flexible in scheduling. Highly recommend!

Cynthia, 7 lessons with Davey

sharp dude

Davey is a software wiz. Seek no further when wanting extra skills in your back pocket. I have an insane professor and he was able to navigate his way through the matrix!!

Jack, 1 lesson with Davey

Davey is a good tutor!

We did some homework in Tableau and he knew the software program well. We used Zoom and I shared my screen. I would recommend Davey for any work in Tableau or any of the subjects that he knows.

Tim, 1 lesson with Davey

Great teacher, very patient!

Davey F. really helped me research data and better understand Tableau. I’m a beginner and he made the process a lot simpler for me. Highly recommend.

Brielle, 2 lessons with Davey

Great teacher, very patient!

Davey F. really helped me research data and better understand Tableau. I’m a beginner and he made the process a lot simpler for me. Highly recommend.

Brielle, 2 lessons with Davey

Great Tableau Tutor

Davey is a great tutor, I am a graduate student who needed help with a Tax Analytic project using Tableau. He walk through it with me and made it easy to understand. I would recommend Davey to anyone seeking help with Tableau!

Krystal, 1 lesson with Davey

Great energy, focus & organization

Davey F. Really came through for me in a pinch with my ACT450 Tableau project. Super intelligent and very quick to respond/schedule. We worked through the entire project in a timely manner that left me feeling confident to tackle Tableau on my own.

Megan, 1 lesson with Davey
Contact Davey

Response time: 1 hour

$60/hour

Davey F.'s Photo

Davey F.

$60/hour

  • No subscriptions or upfront payments

  • Only pay for the time you need

  • Find the right fit, or your first hour is free

Contact Davey

Response time: 1 hour