Finding an excellent data science speaker for your conference or event is harder than it should be. Many people can manage to get through a presentation, but few bring the kind of energy and skill that can hold an audience’s interest from start to finish.
The quality of your event depends heavily on the quality of the speakers. I understand that, and will work with you to make sure your audience gets more than they expected. I’ve presented to organizations like Sprint, Web.com, Benefitfocus, and the Association of IT Professionals. I’ll give you and your audience the same careful professionalism and dynamic delivery.
What I Bring to the Table
- Prompt, professional replies to your phone calls and email messages.
- Planning calls prior to your event, so we can better understand how I can best serve your audience.
- Promotion of your event on my blog, LinkedIn page (5,000+ followers) and Twitter account (8,000+ followers).
- Complete preparation and dynamic delivery.
- Quick follow-up after the event to make sure I met your expectations.
I speak on several different topics, but these tend to be the most requested. If you were thinking of a different subject, let’s talk about it.
Business-Oriented Data Strategy: Most organizations lack a coherent Data Strategy. Of those who do create one, the majority don’t include measurable business outcomes. Learn how to create a Business-Oriented Data Strategy following these nine practical steps.
Building a Data Science Practice: How can analyzing data help my organization? What kind of data do I need? And what the heck is Machine Learning? Building an internal data science competency within your organization doesn’t have to be a burdensome, mistake-filled ordeal. I cover the people, processes, and technology necessary to turn your firm into a data-driven powerhouse.
The Psychology of Data Science: The model is good, the results are sound. So why aren’t the decision makers taking the recommendations? There are many reasons human beings don’t do the logical thing, and Cognitive Biases are usually the culprits. But what are they, and how can we minimize their effect?
A captivating presentation style.”
Mary Berg Broyles,
He did an excellent job conveying a very complex topic to a group of associates with a broad range of backgrounds. It is rare to find someone with the level of technical knowledge and communication skills that Scott encompasses.”
-Seth Gregorie, Director of Data Science
Take the Next Step
Thank you for considering me; I genuinely appreciate it. If you want to take the next step and discuss what I can bring to your event, just click here to schedule an introduction. You can expect a prompt reply.