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Jackson Beazer


Graduate Business Analytics student with analytics experience in finance, marketing, and research as well as strong team
and leadership skills seeks a position where formal data analytics education, real world business analytics experience, and
a love of learning can drive innovative decision making.

W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA)

Graduation: May 2016

Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, 3.45 GPA

April 2015

Professional Qualifications and Skills

Software: R, SQL, Python, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft
Azure ML, Stata, Cognos, Tableau, SPSS Modeler, Hadoop,
Pig, Hive, @Risk
Machine Learning Techniques: Decision Trees/Forests,
Neural Networks, Support Vector Machines, Nearest
Neighbor, Clustering, Kohonen Nets

Linear and Nonlinear

Regression analysis
Data Visualization
A/B Testing &
Data Management

Financial and Sales Forecasting

Statistical Modeling
Graphic and Map Visualization
Business Intelligence
Japanese Language Fluency

Relevant Coursework: Introductory, Applied, and Advanced Econometrics; Behavioral Economics; Intro to Enterprise
Analytics; Intro to Applied Analytics; Data-Driven Quality Management; and Analytics Decision Making I & II, Data Mining I
& II

Professional Experience
Business Analyst Intern
May 2015 July 2015
Wavetronix, Provo, Utah
Used classification analysis and historical sales data, helped the company to better understand the process of
customer acquisition and development.
Identified 9 key new potentially successful markets in which the company can focus marketing and sales efforts.

Utilized internal travel and expenditure data to assign grades to employees for using the companys money
Analyzed historical shipment data to the United Kingdom and, in order to better understand the true costs of
shipping, calculated the hidden fees that each shipping vendor charged.
Wrote a shipping calculator in Python that can calculate the true cost of a shipment based on current exchange

Academic Projects
Influencers in Social Networks
Kaggle.com, Peerindex, Data Science London
Using data involving human rankings of Twitter users, created a classification model that could predict who
people would pick as the more influential Twitter user in a group
Process Improvement Project
IntraEdge, Inc.
Using data comprising of bids on new projects and clients, found the main contributors to inaccurate project bids
and created resolutions to statistically optimize the bidding process