Candidate for the Associate of the Society of Actuaries (ASA) designation, having passed SOA Exams P, FM, IFM, LTAM, SRM, STAM, and PA. Has work experience in global public health, including programming Excel databases and researching country risk for drug disbursement. Has coding experience with R, Python, SQL, and Julia.
Revere, Massachusetts, US
Open ToFull Time InternshipFreelance/Contract WorkFull Time Job
Career InterestsBusiness & FinancialData-Related WorkResearchInformation Technology & Cybersecurity
💪Skills & Strengths
I can sometimes learn certain things faster than others. During college, I passed the SOA (Society of Actuaries) Exams in succession by self-studying for months to prepare for them and became an expert at R programming. My mathematical and statistical skills also caught the attention of MDs and PhDs at Johnson & Johnson, who approached me to conduct country risk analysis for them. I have since applied my risk analysis expertise to the property and casualty field at WTW (Willis Towers Watson) and home health care at PopHealthCare. While working for WTW, I studied for the CAS (Casualty Actuarial Society) Exam MAS-I in a few months and passed, further establishing my reputation as a quick learner.
Creative ThinkerDeep EmpathizerDetail-oriented ThinkerTech or Computer Savvy