Capital Club Radio – Interviews Dr. Jennifer Priestley, KSU Professor of Statistics and Data Science

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Capital Club Radio – Interviews Dr. Jennifer Priestley, KSU Professor of Statistics and Data Science
Jennifer Priestley
29985872550_12004b6093_zDr. Priestley is a Professor of Applied Statistics and Data Science at Kennesaw State University, where she is the Director of the Center for Statistics and Analytical Services.  She oversees the Ph.D. Program in Advanced Analytics and Data Science.

Prior to receiving a Ph.D. in Statistics, Dr. Priestley worked in the Financial Services industry for 11 years. She held positions as Vice President of Business Development for VISA EU in London, Vice President with MasterCard International, and worked at AT&T Universal Card and Andersen Consulting.

She has authored dozens of articles on Binary Classification, Risk Modeling, Sampling, Applications of Statistical Methodologies for Problem Solving as well as several textbook manuals for Excel, SAS, JMP and Minitab.

Linkedin:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/jpriestl



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