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Transformation in education is in-flight! Analytics can help you navigate the change (Le monde de l’enseignement est en pleine transformation! L’analytique peut vous aider à ne pas rater le virage


Nov 25, 2020 12:35 PM

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Pat Valente
Data Science Solutions Specialist @SAS
Pat Valente - is a Data Science Solutions Specialist at SAS Canada. By leveraging best-in-class software and modern data mining techniques, Pat helps businesses visualize the potential of their data in order to surface relevant insights from it. With an academic background in Economics and Statistics and 20 years of business experience addressing data challenges in large organizations, Pat knows how to help create value at every step of the analytics lifecycle from data discovery through to business strategy. He has delivered numerous webinars and workshops focusing on how SAS solutions can aid businesses in their analytic growth.
Lisa Moore
Analytical Consultant @SAS
Lisa Moore is an analytical consultant for SAS Institute. She received both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering from the University of Oklahoma and spent 18 years as a researcher and data scientist at the University. She was a nominee for the 2017 Campus Technology Impact Award. When she’s not playing with data, Lisa enjoys cheering her 2 sons on in their various activities.
Mark Morreale
National Lead, Academic & Innovation Programs @SAS
Mark Morreale is the National Lead for SAS Canada’s Academic & Innovation Programs. Currently, Mark’s role is to facilitate partnerships with Academics, Industry, and Innovation Sectors. Before joining SAS, Mark trained as an Epidemiologist and worked in several Analytics positions for the Pharma Sector, Hospitals, Consulting and Government. In 2019 Mark co-founded the Cortex Analytics Simulation Game www.sas.com\cortex. Cortex is designed to gamify the teaching of Machine Learning for students of all types. Mark is also a professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University, where he lectures on Health Research Methodologies and Health Analytics.