I'm a Richmond, VA based Public Historian & Data Analyst with three years of experience in
libraries, museums, and higher education. I'm skilled in Python, SQL/NoSQL databases, and visualization tools
including D3.js, and Tableau. I'm passionate about data stewardship, data accessibility, and data’s influence
on local public policy. My professional background in libraries and archives has taught me the critical
importance of documentation and how to balance attention to detail with the big picture to tell an accurate
and compelling story.
Currently, I work at an academic library and volunteer with
The COVID Racial Data Tracker , a joint initiative of Boston University's Center for Antiracist
Research and The COVID Tracking Project at the Atlantic.
Flask web application hosted on Heroku. Explore Congress
including photographs, demographics, social media, and voting history.
Using ProPublica Congress API, Python, Mongo Atlas, D3.js, Tableau.
Matplotlib plots and statistical analysis on data from OpenWeather API using NumPy,
Data summarized and presented as a website.
Using SciKit Learn to create Logistic Regression and Random Forest
to predict 10 year risk of Coronary Heart Disease.
Jupyter Notebook with models, graphs, and a presentation.
A horizontal stacked diverging bar chart created with d3.js displaying
breakdown of the 20 most recent bills voted on by Congress.
Will be incorporated into the Know Your Congress project.
6-month intensive program focused on gaining technical programming skills averaging 40 hours of
work per week.
Double Major in History with a concentration in Social Justice. magna cum laude