Hey! I’m so glad you’re here.
I’m a data analyst with a background in sustainable development and program direction. My past experiences managing social impact programs inspires my current work in data science.
After serving in marginalized communities all around my city and the world, I studied sustainable development at the University of Texas at Dallas and the Danish Institute of Study - including grant-funded research focused on data-driven solutions for local homelessness.
These experiences and the subsequent fours years spent managing sustainability programs at a high-level in public, private, and higher education organizations showed me the power of data to innovate, inform, and, most importantly, hold groups accountable for their impact on communities.
I am focused on learning (Python, SQL, AWS, Machine Learning) and leveraging my past experiences for data-driven impact. Catch up with me on Twitter!
Data Analyst, Toyota North America
Director, Women Who Code - Dallas/Ft. Worth
“[Christine] is driven by a passion for creating legitimate change for marginalized people, and her pragmatic and grounded approach is what has built a strong connection between us. I have had the pleasure of working with, mentoring and learning from [her].” — Cody B., Technologist
“The ability to truly listen, develop empathy, and articulate understanding are traits that are rarely found in our present society. Christine is one of those exceptional individuals who possess these qualities and who can sort through the most complex of data collection, the human factor.” — Dayle P., DBA, University of Texas System Project Leader
View my updated resume, here: Christine Cepelak - Sr. Data Analyst