Making the dream work…

Tim NeCamp

Tim has spent his adult life seeking ways to combine his interests in mathematics with his desire to make the world a better place. Tim first fell in love with community development and working with vulnerable populations to create meaningful change through Teach For America as a middle school mathematics teacher in a high-needs school district. While in graduate school, Tim used his statistical knowledge to impact his community by volunteering for Statistics in the Community (STATCOM), which provides free statistical and data consulting for local nonprofits. As a member, project leader, and eventually the president of STATCOM, Tim saw how data thinking and usage could help community organizations achieve their goals. Tim is excited that Data Bloom allows him to dedicate his time, energy, and resources to continue this work.

Tim has a B.S. in Mathematics from The Ohio State University, an M. Ed. from the University of Nevada Las Vegas, and a Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Michigan.

David Mackey

David is passionate about working with mission-driven organizations to achieve impact. He has 14 years of experience in design, operations, and project management. As a project manager, David guides organizations, teams, and individuals toward a shared goal. He will ensure our work aligns directly with your mission and theory of change. His design experience allows him to think creatively to solve problems with data. This design thinking has informed David’s belief that everything must be done with purpose. His operations background has shown him how to use data and technology to improve efficiency and implement successful organizational initiatives. David has seen the value of data in informing decision-making throughout his career and is excited that Data Bloom allows him to partner with those making the most impact in the world.

David has a B.S. in Graphic Design from the College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning at the University of Cincinnati.

Rachel Greenlee

Rachel’s work at nonprofits over the last decade has instilled a passion for supporting the on-the-ground professionals who work directly with and for communities to promote diversity, resilience, and dignity. Her experiences in program evaluation and database administration fostered a love of data and its ability to identify effective programs and methods, especially in organizations constrained by limited resources. Rachel is grateful to continue to contribute to and grow in the data for social good field with Data Bloom.

Rachel has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of North Dakota, and an M.S. in Data Science from the City University of New York School of Professional Studies.