Statistical Analyst, with EnergyLogic since April 2013
I started at EnergyLogic in the spring of 2013 as a research assistant shortly after finishing my degree at Colorado State University, where I studied Economics, History and Philosophy. As they say, jack of all trades, master of none. I sought to develop my research and analytical skills before pursuing a career in, well, something. I didn’t really know what the right career path for me would be, but I knew I wanted to use my talents to make a positive impact in people’s lives, ideally helping people to use natural resources in more intelligent and responsible ways. The eager-to-grow-up part of me thought it would be a good idea to take a job as a financial analyst at a large shipping and distribution firm nearby, but I soon recognized the poor fit, dreading the mindless work in an industry I couldn’t bring myself to care about. I quickly returned to EnergyLogic, where I feel my variety of abilities and interests mesh perfectly with a team of exciting and passionate people that devote themselves every day to developing a sustainable and responsible built environment.
I’m a lifelong resident of Colorado, and in my spare time I enjoy literature, travel, photography, language, sports, outdoor activities like backpacking and mountain biking, music, movies and art.