SHAMON L. STUDMIRE
P.O. Box ****
Fort Worth, TX 76115
To obtain a position where strong problem solving skills, attention to detail and minimal supervision will increase the effectiveness of the business.
South Dakota State University Brookings, SD MS Statistics, Projected Graduation Date May 2011
Ball State University Muncie, IN, M.A. Actuarial Science July 1999
Central State University Wilberforce, OH, B.S. Mathematics June 1995
07/2005-Present Regional Statistician, USDA-FNS-Southwest Region Dallas, TX
Provided analytical support for the Food Stamp Program staff, State and local personnel, and other programs administered by the Southwest Region Office.
Analyzed data for trends and evaluates any potential adverse impact that these trends may have on the validity of a State’s sample or on the accuracy of the error rates.
Worked with QC staff to determine mechanisms necessary to track systematic trends and monitors a State’s payment accuracy and goal/status.
Supported the accuracy priority of payment accuracy by developing statistical and narrative data analysis providing information regarding FSP payment error trends for development of corrective action.
Performed regional regression analysis of State’s quality control error rates.
Recommended approval or disapproval of State Agency Sampling Plans to the Section Chief.
Determined Federal Sub-Sampling selection parameters and monitors adequacy of sample selection by both State and Federal reviewers.
Designed reports for management communicating State Agency payment accuracy status regarding Performance Bonus Awards. Presented oral reports of findings to internal and external audiences.
Use SAS for statistical analysis for potential EBT fraud.
04/2004-06/2005 Mathematics Instructor, Everest College Dallas, TX
01/2003-05/2004 Customer Service Representative, OCCS Printing Fort Worth, TX
Answering phones and filing orders.
03/2001-01/2003 Mathematics Instructor, Education of America Houston, TX
Teaching college-level students Mathematical Statistics, Elementary Statistics, Algebra, and Basic Mathematics.
05/1999-02/2001 Associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Chicago, IL
Calculated price of options and futures using Black-Scholes models and Binomial Trees.
Calculated hedge parameters for traders to determine investment strategies.
FAS 87, 35, 133 Valuations.
Manipulated large data sets.
Used correlation analysis to measure the sensitivity of an asset with its benchmark during volatility benchmark.
Determined that the distribution of the hedge funds is fitted with a maximum likelihood estimators and a mixture of normal distributions.
Examined the Expected Monthly Return graphs by examining the skewness.
Used a regression model to examine historical asset prices and volatility in helping the traders to maintain a neutral delta position.
C, C++, Visual Basic, Microsoft Office, SPSS, SAS, Lotus, Mathematica, MatLab, Pascal, Fortran, ACL.
• Golden Key International Honour Society
MAA (Mathematical America Association)
ASA (American Statistics Assosciation)
NTA (National Technical Association)
Society of Quantitative Analysts
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity INC., Nu Chapter