Education: North Carolina State University, 1988-1993
Doctor of Philosophy, Statistics
Thesis: Model identification and Selection Techniques for Stationary
ARMA(p1, q1) x ARMA(p2, q2) Processes
Advisors: Sastry G. Pantula, Cavell Brownie
North Carolina State University, 1984-1988
Bachelor of Science (Summa Cum Laude), Applied Mathematics
Minor in Statistics
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, January 1999 to June 2000
Clinical Assistant Professor of Statistics: Taught multiple lecture sections of introductory statistics
courses. Supervised new TA's who were assigned to teach introductory statistics. Taught
graduate level statistics courses for non-majors.
SAS Institute Inc., Cary, NC, August 1995 to December 1998
Statistical Services Specialist: Taught beginning, intermediate, and advanced SAS statistical
training courses. Developed, reviewed, and edited statistical course materials. Promoted to
Technical Conultant in September, 1996. Additional responsibilities included preparing and
conducting training seminars to educate users on logistic regression, neural network, and
decision tree techniques; managing relationships with software development partners; and
providing statistical consulting services to customers and development partners.
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, August 1990 to May 1993
Graduate Research Assistant: Examined current methods of analyzing data from soya bean
variety trials and implemented SAS programs to perform the analyses. Reviewed literature
on the nearest neighbor analysis of field experiments and explored the possibility of applying
these techniques to North Carolina soya bean variety trials. Developed techniques for
selecting the appropriate error model in cases where a two-dimensional spatial analysis
The Cadmus Group, Inc., Durham, NC, April 1993 to August 1995
Associate Statistician: Provided statistical consulting support to scientists, researchers, and
policy makers on a wide range of environmentally related issues. Duties included development
and implementation of appropriate statistical analyses and preparation of written and oral
presentations of study methods and findings for both technical and non-technical audiences.
Examples of specific accomplishments include: application of time-series methods to the
analysis of SO2 emissions from a Canadian power plant; development of statistical programs
implementing methodology for aquatic ecological risk assessment; development of sample
design, computation of samples sizes, and selection of sample for a national survey of
drinking water systems; and development of models for fish populations in Rainy Lake and
Burroughs Wellcome Co., RTP, NC, Summer 1990
Associate Statistician: Assisted senior statisticians in reviewing data from clinical trials.
Implemented SAS programs for analyzing the data and summarized the study results in
tables, appendices, and figures which were included in final statistical packages.
Trilogy Consulting Corporation, Waukegan, IL, Summer 1989
Statistical Consultant: Assigned to Burroughs Wellcome Co., RTP, NC. See above