Hi there! I’m Jacky, a data-loving transportation analyst. My passion for data began in 2016 while working for the NYC Taxi & Limousine Commission. For over three years, I worked on researching and implementing policies that affect the lives of over 8 million New Yorkers with a data-driven approach. My current objective is to create safe, plentiful, healthy, and fun bike-share systems across North America. I created this site to be the home for my work and personal projects.
I studied Business Administration at Queens College and enlisted in the military after finishing my undergraduate degree. I spent three years in the New York Army National Guard as an Air Battle Management System Operator. After completing my military service, I worked as a consultant for the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation, where I oversaw the data collection of a citywide initiative called Trees Count! 2015. At the time, I was unaware of the possibilities this dataset offered. Instead, I was focused on creating a strong team and leveraging my leadership experience from the military. Little did I know, this experience served as the precursor for my love in data. Please take a look around and feel free to get in touch with me!
Bachelor of Business Administration, 2014
Queens College, City University of New York
Data Scientist with R Track, 2017