I'm a data scientist who believes in the power of clean data and simple methods executed well. I enjoy writing clean production code as much as I enjoy data analysis and math. Big fan of the t-test, SQL and Spark.

I'm currently at Stripe. Previously I was a statistician at Optimizely.

I studied statistics at UNC-Chapel Hill under the watchful eyes of Shankar Bhamidi and Andrew Nobel. I mostly worked on probability and networks. Here's my thesis.


When I taught statistics I used a lot of examples involving Chipotle burritos. A moment that I'll never forget was when a couple of students brought me a burrito bowl on the last day of class. Yes, you can definitely reject the null hypothesis! Photo evidence: