Builds interactive self-service data explorers and visualizations

WORK HISTORY

Research Statistician II ● The College Board
September 2014 - Present

Develops interactive data dashboards with Excel/VBA and Tableau

Investigating D3 and Vega for a web-based alternative to Excel for data dashboards

Aggregates large datasets by school, district, race, gender and other specialized groups

Fulfills ad-hoc data requests for organizations such as state departments of education, The Huffington Post, US News and World Report and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Uses datasets from WICHE, NCES along with the College Board Cohort to generate insightful data products

Mobile App Developer ● Mobile App Mastery
November 2008 - September 2014

Worked with quickly evolving beta technology to build an app in time to be featured on the launch of the Apple App Store

Built nine SQLite based iPhone apps

Developed a BuddyPress based website and sales system that I used to provide video conference based training directly to customers

Used Google Analytics, email marketing and design to drive sales

Presented in-person training monthly in partnership with iPhone Boot Camp

Founded and managed all aspects of the business

Authored 3 books on mobile software development with Apress

Lead Statistical Programmer ● Educational Testing Service
July 2000 - November 2008

Built self-service dashboards in Excel and .NET to visualize test scores over administrations and analyze sub-groups

Supported the psychometrics group to build educational assessments

Automated workflows using VBA macros

Provided ad-hoc data analysis for projects that fell outside of the normal psychometrics workflow

Provided project management for two new testing programs

Developed and documented procedures to ensure best practices were followed

Lead the effort to implement a SQL Server database system to help manage the large psychometric data requirements for our testing programs

Built the TrendPlot Visualization with VBA and MS Access that the Praxis testing program used to detect defects in tests over years

Built a Test Analysis Report Generator that reduced the time spent on test analysis and improved report quality for the Praxis and Texas testing programs

Created a Generalized Data Tool system that produced standard visualizations and automated reporting that would be applied to any testing program

Progressed through 5 positions of increasing responsibility: Statistical Assistant, Statistical Associate, Statistical Programmer, Senior Statistical Programmer/Analyst & finally Lead Statistical Programmer/Analyst

Mental Health Counselor ● Penndel Mental Health, Progressions
June 1997 - June 2000

Provided individual and group counseling

Developed lessons on coping skills, mental health issues and conflict resolution

Implemented behavioral modification programs

Managed adolescent treatment programs

Acted as a liaison between special education teachers, school administrators, mental health agencies and therapists

Provided emergency room crisis management services

PUBLICATIONS

Swift Quick Syntax Reference - Apress - September 2014

Objective-C Quick Syntax Reference - Apress - December 2013

Objective-C Recipes - Apress - November 2013

How to Build an App - Mobile App Mastery - November 2013

Interface with SAS Using this .NET Class - NESUG - September 2005

Using VB with SAS to Build Statistical Reports - NESUG - September 2003

CERTIFICATIONS

R Programming ● John Hopkins, Coursera
Received April 2016

HTML, CSS and JavaScript ● University of Hong Kong, Coursera
Received March 2016

The Data Scientist’s Toolbox ● John Hopkins, Coursera
Received July 2015

EDUCATION

Master of Information Systems (MIS) ● University of Phoenix
Graduated 2007

Studied systems analysis SDLC, emerging information technologies, project management, risk assessment, and information systems strategic plans.

Psychology, Quantification Option (BS) ● Penn State University
Graduated 1997

Studied research methodolgy, psychology, statistics and computer science.

CONTACT

Contact Matt via email:
mjcampbell74 AT gmail DOT com


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