Corporate – Primary work is on the Herbalife project (general data analytics), but other projects include Sutter Health (CMS admin) and Holyoke Soldier’s Home (compensation calculations).
WE ARE AFFILIATED MONITORS
Each month we'll introduce you to a member of the Affiliated Monitors team.
Learn more about AMI through the expertise, experience and outside interests of our employees.
In which of AMI's service areas have you worked?
We know all of our team members see AMI's work from a different angle and have different perspectives on what AMI brings to the table.
What aspect(s) of AMI's work are you personally most passionate?
In addition to always having interesting data work to tackle, working at AMI, I can go in every day knowing that I will always be doing work that is ethical and positive. You never sleep better than when you have a clean conscience!
How do you believe your unique background affects the way you view our work, and in what ways does your personal expertise complement our services?
As a data analyst, I tend to look for hard numbers and objectivity when approaching my work. If AMI wants to be as fair as possible, we should always be sure to report primarily on the facts, and part of my job is to use the data to make sure we can always make informed decisions.
Based on your experiences, what would you like prospective clients to know about AMI?
AMI has always shown that they are willing to grow and adapt in response to new challenges and problems. Each project I’ve seen has presented a new and unique obstacle, and every time AMI has risen to the task and learned a great deal in the process.
“In addition to always having interesting data work to tackle, working at AMI, I can go in every day knowing that I will always be doing work that is ethical and positive.”
Do you teach and/or conduct seminars, speak at conferences, serve on boards, or participate in volunteer work?
Not just yet! I’m still in the “learning” phase of my career rather than the “teaching” stage.
What interests do you have outside of work?
Dusty history books, old B-movie monster flicks, and long walks around the city.