Nechama received her formal training from NYU (Courant Institute), M.S. (Mathematics) and Columbia University, M.A. (Statistics). Her teaching career started at the Columbia Business School where she was a teacher assistant for the MBA statistics class. Over the last 20 years she has taught at Hunter College, NYU, Yeshiva University, PCC, PSU and Clark College. She has an extensive background teaching working adults at OGI (Oregon Graduate Institute Center for Professional Development) and as an Intel University Instructor. Nechama focuses on teaching techniques which can be applied the next day in her student’s work lives.
Her career has been focused on helping individuals and organizations use their data for effective decision making. Nechama has successfully applied statistical techniques to many different fields of study including CPU manufacturing, server performance analysis, complexity metrics, bleeding edge technology development, biomedical applications and the mortgage servicing industry.
VP of Professional Development, Society of Women Engineers.
Member at Large Chifoo (Computer Human Interaction Forum) part of the ACM (Association of Computing Machinery).
VP of Programs, Association of Business Process Management Professionals
Member of WITI (Women in Technology and Industry)