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Johnny is a data scientist at his core, with a background as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company where he helped executives from retail partners address pressing challenges including: marketing, strategy, commercial transformation, operations, organization, big data, and advanced analytics. Johnny has degrees from Brigham Young University in Economics, Business Strategy, and Visual Arts. When Johnny is not working with data, he can often be found spending time with his children or in the mountains prepping for an upcoming endurance race, mountain climbing, or skiing.
Lynn is an accomplished data scientist with a product focus. Passionate about working closely with clients, she is adept at translating their feedback into features that advance the MarketDial app. Lynn has Economics and Mathematics degrees from the University of Chicago, and a background in economic consulting. An eager learner, she revels in trying new recipes from different cultures, mastering the nuances of gardening, and challenging herself with adventurous hiking and bouldering.
With a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and a Master of Science in biostatistics, you would expect Alen to be focused on data. Indeed, he was the lead biostatistician for the University of Utah’s Neurology department before finding his home at MarketDial. But he also loves teaching, working often with Yale clinicians to create statistical lectures for Yale medical residents. True to his roots in Bosnia and Germany, he enjoys traveling. Next up: an African safari and a tour of Southeast Asia. When he isn’t deep into data or flying internationally, he’s restoring
a 1993 Nissan 180sx and producing electronic music.
Zain has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering, with both a Master of Business Administration and a Certified Public Accounting license. Born in Jordan, she is Australian — residing in Sydney since 2015. She has a keen understanding of what it takes to be commercially successful, having worked within seven different industries in four countries. Her experiences have led her to five continents, with South America and Antarctica to come. Two active boys keep her on the run—from beach to bush to parks. Her passion, when she can find time to do it, is fencing. She envisions doing more of that in the future, perhaps inspiring her kids to follow in her footsteps. Hard rock powers the soundtrack of her life; sci fi anime entertains her and, perhaps, provides insight for what’s to come.
Kaitlyn’s biology degrees are from Bard College (BA) and Harvard (PhD). Her passion for learning led her to become a professor at Georgetown University, publishing a book on developmental biology and co-writing and starring in a Korean educational program, also on developmental biology. When these challenges no longer gave her that thrill of discovery, she focused on an even better fit — revealing the power of data science. Her role at MarketDial gives her the ideal forum to delve deep into data and then translate her insights into client business wins. That’s not the only thing she translates: as a South Korean native, she thinks in English, dreams in English but still counts in Korean. When she’s not inspiring people with data, she’s playing tennis, snowboarding, and learning the viola.
Krupa’s love of numbers led her to obtain her Bachelor’s of Science from Carnegie Mellon in Applied Mathematics and Machine Learning, where she worked as a Data Science Researcher. Krupa’s background in quantitative analytics enables her to quantify and meet MarketDial’s client needs with precision. Perhaps her favorite number, however, is 30 – Stephen Curry’s jersey number. In addition to being a big fan of the Warriors, Krupa enjoys exploring national parks, creating montages of family and friends, and learning about different cultures. As if this isn’t enough to keep her busy, you will also find Krupa in the community, teaching, tutoring, and volunteering.
While he is also well-versed in Tableau and SQL, Max enjoys working with machine learning models and big data interpretation. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science from Michigan State University with a specialized certification in Machine Learning in Python. Max understands the complexities of retail, having started his own retail company, Stobies Apparel, while still in high school. Stobies’ primary mission was to tackle homelessness in Detroit, using its profits to feed and clothe those residing in shelters throughout the city. As a talented data scientist and humanitarian, Max knows on a first-hand level that interpreting data and supporting others goes hand in hand.
As Ty was getting his bachelor’s and master’s degrees of science at Brigham Young University, he developed a passion for data and all it can inspire. His desire to dive deep into methodology questions led him to research and innovate ways to amplify analytic accuracy. This made for an ideal fit with MarketDial, where Ty brings his entrepreneurial approach to the powerful data discipline he continues to hone for the benefit of our customers. When not imagining the nuances of sample selection, Ty is playing piano, enjoying all that Salt Lake City offers to enhance his fitness, and reading fantasy/sci-fi.