Let's try to understand.
I am a designer, researcher, educator, developer, data analyst, marketer, photographer, traveler, musician (working on it).
I was born in Bangladesh and moved to the NYC when I was 13 and started working at the age 17.
I somehow always felt very American, as I grew up watching Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon.
My academic background includes an undergrad degree in business and a grad degree in economics from an art & design school.
I started my technology career as a Data Analyst before evolving into a multidisciplinary designer.
My passion for statistics began at an early age, as I fell in love with cricket, a highly calculative team-based sport.
After grad school, I became a Design Strategist, worked with clients such as P&G, United Rentals, Campbell’s Soup, Rwandan Governance board, etc.
Launched my own ventures, scaled a telehealth startup to 13 states, designed an analytics software for the adtech industry.
I am at the head of product design at Baton, where my team and I are designing a project management software.
I have worked with corporations that have market capitalization of $0 – $348.71B, non-profits and governmental organizations across the globe.
I teach economics, strategic thinking, data analytics, product design. My students have closed around $4.1 Million in cumulative annual salaries in the last 4 years.
I have traveled to 40+ countries, across 6 continents. I can verbally communicate with over 2.7 Billion people.
I really love working. I found my passions through creative explorations.
My first 32 years have taught me to learn consistently. This is the core mindset that I bring to any creative endeavor and my teaching.
Appreciate the time you took to listen 🙂