VMware, Data Analytics Manager

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Fulfilled a critical role designing and deployment bi-annual employment forecasts to provide insight into employment growth trends,
operating and capital budgets, and location strategy for 20,000 employees of this leading provider of cloud and virtualization solutions.
Created and submitted reports providing details of real estate portfolios to members of executive management.
 Served an integral role managing a headcount-by-location forecast process that served as the basis for a 6-month rolling budget
cycle valued at $400M, working closely with the Finance Department, 40 business units, and 20 site managers.
 Established a complex system to review the operating performance of locations within the real estate portfolio, tracking key
metrics that included occupancy, vacancy, headcount, and churn.
 Coordinated with the IT and Finance Departments execute quarterly technical and operations audits, managing the reconciliation of
data across internal real estate systems.






My real estate career began while I was obtaining my BS at Indiana University. I spent two summers interning at Grubb & Ellis in their property management and market research departments.

Upon graduating from college in 2007 I decided to take a job at the real estate brokerage firm NAI BT Commercial (now Cushman & Wakefield), as a Market Financial Analyst following the commercial real estate trends throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. I made the switch to the property tax consulting firm Independent Tax Representatives (ITR) where I worked as a Real Estate Analyst. I personally reassessed or assisted in the reassessment of over 75 commercial properties resulting in property value reductions exceeding nine figures.

After completing my MBA I made the career transition from real estate investment consulting into tech. I started this transition as a Data Analytics Manager in VMware’s Real Estate Workplace (REW) dept where I designed and deployed employment growth forecasts that were the key elements for VMware’s real estate location strategy. I later joined Twitter as the Demand Forecast Program Manager for REW. I designed Twitter's real estate database, which served as the backbone for long-term employment growth forecasting and location strategies.

Currently, I’m the lead Financial Planning & Analysis Business Partner for the Workplace Services team at Lending Club. I’m designing and developing Lending Club’s long-term real estate location strategy.

My key strengths:

✓Real Estate Market Analysis
✓Financial Modeling & Analysis
✓Workforce Forecasting
✓Database Design & Development