Bryan Egan is a senior analytics developer at JFF, where he is a member of the JFFLabs data services team.

He is currently working on the Outcomes for Opportunity initiative, gathering data, making sure the data is clean and accurate, and building dashboards and data visualizations to help users derive interesting insights from the data.

Bryan has expertise in numerous disciplines in the field of data analytics, including creating visualizations using Tableau, Qlik, and Power BI and coding in R, Python, and SQL. He also has an understanding of core machine learning and statistical concepts. Moreover, as a former Big Four consultant, he has a lot of experience working on difficult problems that don’t tend to have easy solutions, and he loves to work with others to find those solutions.

Before joining JFF, Bryan was a senior consultant at Deloitte, where he spent most of his time building data platforms and visualizations to help the U.S. Navy track its expenditures. Before that, he was a research analyst for the Office of Institutional Research at Northern Virginia Community College, where he helped gather data for the college’s annual factbook.

Bryan has a master’s degree in data science from George Washington University and bachelor’s degrees in international affairs and economics from James Madison University.

Bryan says JFF’s goal of helping bring job growth to underserved communities was a major factor in his decision to join JFF. He adds that he has fallen in love with the organization’s core goal and is excited to help use bring positive change to the workforce.

Currently located in Brooklyn, Bryan enjoys traveling with his wife and exploring New York with his rescue dog, Lola. He is also a big soccer fan and is hoping to go to Qatar in 2022 for the World Cup.