University of Oklahoma (Economics)
University of North Texas (Master's)
Texas Christian University (Master's)
I am a statistical analyst for the Dallas Independent School District where I am in charge of all cheating/test fraud analyses by using statistical methods to detect anomalies. Prior to that I was an Educational Success Advisor at Three Rivers Community College where I advised and tutored students who needed statistical remediation. Concurrently, I was a research assistant at the University of Connecticut where I assisted with the statistical analysis, interpretation, and reporting of data from the Early Vocabulary Intervention Program, which was designed to identify early childhood students who needed vocabulary assistance.
In addition to my duties at Dallas ISD, I also coach graduate students through the quantitative methods of their thesis/dissertations. As a result, I am able to translate complex statistical material that can be understood by a wide range of audiences. I excel at teaching probability, sampling, hypothesis testing, chi-square testing, regressions, forecasting, and helping students develop a familiarity with statistics.
I enjoy working with students and some of the areas of statistics that I am knowledgeable are:
hypothesis testing (one-sample t-tests, paired-sample t-tests, etc.)
Hierarchal linear modeling
Structural equation modeling
I am a statistical analyst for the Dallas Independent School District where I am in charge of all cheating/test fraud analyses by using statistical methods to detect anomalies. Prior to that I was an Educational Success Advisor at Three Rivers Community College where I advised and tutored students who needed statistical remediation. Concurrently,
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Having started my teaching career at a community college, I have had a great deal of experience working with adult, military, and first generations college students, and am comfortable working with students to navigate the unique challenges that come with being a part of these groups. I also encourage students to discuss their questions, ideas, and perspectives with me in order to help them connect more deeply with the subject.
Additionally, I have over 42 hours of advanced quantitative methodology and am able to decipher the most advanced statistical concept into language that anyone can understand.