Samiul Jubaed is a Data and Policy Analyst, working primarily with the Detroit Partnership for Economic Mobility. Sam comes from Yale School of Management/Innovations for Poverty Action where he served as a Research Associate studying citizen trust in police organizations in Mexico City. In this role, he provided statistical analysis and management of various crime and policing data. Before becoming enamored with all things data, Sam was an Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at CUNY Hunter College for over six years.
Sam holds a Master of Education from Harvard University, and masters and bachelors degrees in Mathematics from City University of New York. He is interested in how we can harness the power of data to better the human condition.