The best thing about being a Statistician is that you never have to decide what you want to be when you grow up.
I am an applied statistician with a broad knowledge of statistical processes including skills in Bayesian inference, modelling stochastic processes and in managing large data sets. I enjoy looking for patterns in spatially and temporally autocorellated data and this has led to interesting collaborations across a wide variety of fields including astrophysics, wastewater-based epidemiology, psychology and forensic anthropology.
My enthusiastic nature coupled with psychological training makes me a great communicator and I enjoy being the person who can describe technical details to the masses. More broadly, I am passionate about sharing knowledge and making mathematics and statistics accessible to a wider population so find teaching and training particularly rewarding.
I also have a strong background in business management and leading teams of people from my previous roles in business management and as a qualified chef.