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Data Science Career Panel: Statistic's Club

Deadline: 
Friday, May 10, 2019
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Are you a STEM major interested in pursuing a career in statistics? Do you want to learn more about data science and how different industries utilize it? Come out to our career panel to learn from leading professionals in fields ranging from data science to consulting to general business to education!

https://www.facebook.com/events/420441742108658/

 

We’ll be taking questions from the audience; if you want to submit them ahead of time, fill out this google form! https://forms.gle/h3cWTBsCzibK8sBD9

Learn about our panelists:
-Lindsay Allen is an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company. Lindsay completed her Bachelors in Statistics at UCLA, serving as the President of Bruin Consulting and the Consulting Committee Manager of the Undergraduate Business Society during her time in college. Working at a diverse range of internships ranging from a startup called ChowNow to the technological giant Adobe, Lindsay has experience in a diversity of companies and roles.

-Daniel Meier works in Revenue Management & Analytics at The Walt Disney Company. Daniel completed his Bachelors in Statistics at UCLA, and was actively involved with the Statistics Club and Bruin Sports Analytics during his time in college. His prior experience involves working for companies including Sony Pictures Entertainment, EA, and Oracle.

--Eric Kim is currently a Director of Data Science at 21st Century Fox in Playa Vista, California. He graduated from the University of California San Diego, and spent several years working at startups before moving to Fox.

-Guido Montufar is an Assistant Professor in Statistics/Mathematics at UCLA. He received his PhD in Mathematics in Max Planck Institute for Mathematics. His research interests involve deep learning and neural networks, embodied intelligence, data compression, and algebraic statistics.

There will be the opportunity to ask questions to the panelists, a networking session, and free pizza! We hope to see you there image

Brought to you by the UCLA Statistics Club"