I have been doing statistical analysis, data entry, and archival work since my preteen years. I was statistician for the Mensa Scrabble-by-Mail SIG as a teenager before eventually getting a Master's in Applied Statistics at Cornell. In my adulthood, I launched race-database.com, a site archiving the entire history of most major league racing series although I stopped updating it at the end of 2015. By that time, I launched a spinoff site Racermetrics, where I attempted to introduce sabermetrics-style ideas to the sport of auto racing. I was most famous however as a player of competitive typing games, where I set high scores on almost every competitive typing site and was generally regarded as the fastest typist in the world in the 2010s. I also was concurrently a tournament Scrabble player, achieving expert level and winning one tournament before I stopped in 2017. I retired from typing competition and gaming in general in 2022 shortly after completing my history and memoir about the competitive typing scene, Nerds per Minute: A History of Competitive Typing.
Ideal Workplace Values
An ideal workplace is one that reflects the important needs of society rather than what is merely profitable in the short-term. Because of my student loans, I have a strong preference for any job that is eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness, but I also would strongly prefer to work in the public sector due to the intrinsic nature of the work in its own merits as well. I am definitely willing to compromise on some of the workplace preferences I have listed here if these two conditions are met.
North Syracuse, New York, US
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Career InterestsAdministrative WorkService RolesData-Related WorkResearch
💪Skills & Strengths
My greatest strengths are probably my perfectionism and my loyalty. Give me a chance and I'll probably be very loyal, as I was to my last employer, which I stayed with for almost eight years despite very low pay.