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...You'll find that I have a unique ability to assess your knowledge gaps and develop ways to close those gaps. I have more than 6 years' experience in bank regulation with the Federal Reserve and FDIC. My experience in teaching adults includes successfully preparing several colleagues for testing and courses in bank regulation and creating on-the-job training manuals for co-workers.

...My experience is two-fold. First, I have an MBA in Finance from the Robert H. Smith School of Business, as well as a masters in public policy.

I have bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Master's degree in Operations Research which is a discipline that combines applied mathematical techniques, mathematical **statistics**, and other technical oriented courses. In addition, I have over 20 years experience applying various mathematical and sta...

...I won a National Championship. I programmed in SAS and STATA for two years at the Brookings Institution, a top tier think tank and use it regularly for my own research as a PhD in Economics. I am primarily self taught but did take some formal certification in SAS I and II.

...I started mathematics teaching in junior high school. I have taught junior high school, middle-school mathematics, high school mathematics, and freshman and sophomore college mathematics. Several mathematics subjects have been taught, including 7-9th grade general mathematics, algebra I, algebr...

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