Kathryn is the Director of Academic and Student Affairs at the Center for Data Science. In this role, she is responsible for managing academic and student affairs at CDS. Prior to NYU, she worked in student services at Columbia University and in higher education planning and reform at the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Kathryn received her bachelor’s in Psychology from Vassar College and her master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs from George Mason University, where she studied the college knowledge students need for a successful transition from high school to college.
Tim is the Program Administrator for Academic Affairs and Admissions. He manages the application process for the PhD and MS programs and is the primary student advisor for our new undergraduate program. Tim is a former independent musician who spent his early years working in advertising as a means to bankroll a career in music. He eventually secured a recording contract and spent 6 years touring the world playing over 200 shows a year. In 2009 he decided to walk away from music and started his career in academia with Weill Cornell Medicine’s Clinical and Translational Science Center where he served as the Education Program Specialist.
Elisa is the Program Administrator for Academic Affairs and Student Life. She supports student life initiatives and academic administration, including student advising, for graduate students. Prior to joining CDS, she worked at various NYU departments including the Italian Studies Department and Institute for the Study of Decision Making. She completed her B.A. in Politics at NYU and is currently pursuing an M.S in Global Affairs at NYU.
Colton is an Administrative Aide at CDS. His responsibilities include providing executive support to faculty and providing operational support to students and staff. He obtained a BA in Arts Management from Emerson College before beginning work in higher education at MIT. He hopes to continue to gain experience in academia and so he can further facilitate higher learning.
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Emily is the Head of Communications for the NYU Center for Data Science, where she is responsible for all marketing and branding for CDS, and the Program Manager for the Moore-Sloan Data Science Environment grant. Prior to joining CDS, Emily worked in the Higher Education editorial division of Oxford University Press on the Economics, Business, and Finance list. Emily holds degrees in English and music (ethno/musicology and voice), with honors, from the University of Texas at Austin, and is a master’s candidate in Performing Arts Administration at New York University. She was a 2014 Writing Fellow with the Dallas Observer, a Village Voice Media Group publication, where she focused her coverage on education and immigration. She has covered culture and politics for the Village Voice, the Texas Observer, and KUT News (an NPR affiliate), among others.
Ashley is the central web designer for the NYU Center for Data Science. She is primarily responsible for the design and maintenance of cds.nyu.edu, the NYU Center for Data Science website. Her background is rich in both graphic design and web/user interface design.
Remi is the Director of Administration and Operations and is responsible for managing all administrative and operational needs at CDS as well as supporting the Director of CDS with her strategic plans. Prior to joining CDS, she was an Assistant Dean of Graduate Student Affairs in the School of Engineering at Columbia University, and in that capacity, she supported graduate students with their academic and professional endeavors. She completed her B.A. in History of Science at University of California, Berkeley and her M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration/Counseling in Student Affairs at University of California, Los Angeles.
Loraine is the Head of External Relations and Professional Development and is responsible for creating and managing strategic partnerships between CDS and industry. She also manages the career development initiative for CDS. She completed her B.A. in Psychology from Hofstra University and is currently pursuing an M.S. degree in HR Management and Development at NYU. Prior to joining NYU Center for Data Science, she was a store manager for the Aldo Group, supporting operations and sales. In her spare time, she likes to travel and is an enthusiastic foodie.
Alicia is the Administrative Aide at the Center for Data Science. Her duties include, but are not limited to, security memos, event coordination, placing work orders, room reservations, navigating the procurement system, reimbursements, invoices and various other office tasks. Alicia obtained her undergraduate degree in Social and Behavioral Science from Mercy College in 2017, and now she is pursuing M.A. in the Higher Education and Student Affairs at NYU. She hopes to use her academic experience as well as work experience to contribute to the Higher Education profession by impacting students to persevere in their academic and professional journeys.
Aimée is an Administrative Aide at the Center for Data Science. She is the contact for the Director’s schedule as well as the scheduling of various CDS faculty committee meetings. She handles supply orders, reimbursements and service requests for the faculty, fellows, postdocs, research engineers, and visitors, as well as grader and adjunct hiring paperwork for CDS classes. Aimee is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science and worked as an administrative aide in various industries before joining the CDS team. Her curious nature and hunger for the answers to life’s questions bring her back to science every time.