Rozzi is currently a data scientist with a background in public policy research and education. He has a unique blend of skills and experience that enables him to drive value through data-driven decision making. With a strong track record of success in data analytics and a commitment to staying at the forefront of emerging technologies, he has consistently delivered valuable insights and driven results for a wide range of organizations.
Rozzi has a particular expertise in leveraging public sector datasets to inform policy and decision making, and has developed a reputation as a technical leader in this area. He is skilled at implementing new and emerging technologies in a way that creates value, and has a track record of success in this area. In addition, he has expertise in leveraging spatial data for location-based insights and has received awards for his visualization design. He is also skilled in developing interactive web applications that leverage data to deliver powerful insights and experiences for users.
M.S., Data Science & Strategic Analytics, 2020
B.A., Political Science, 2018
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