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Statistician/Mathematics Analyst

Fort Worth, TX, 76115
November 25, 2009

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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

 Teaching Algebra.

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.

 Benefit Calculations.

 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

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