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Katy Moose-Hunt

Katy Moose-Hunt

Senior Data Engineer

The Bail Project


Problem-solving daredevil, fearlessly diving into the abyss of data puzzles.

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Introduction to SQL


Intermediate SQL


Introduction to Python

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AWS AWS Cloud Practitioner

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My Work Experience

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The Bail Project | Apr 2023 - Present

Senior Data Engineer

Design, build/ test, deploy, and monitor data pipelines and custom integrations using APIs using Python, JavaScript, Node.js, SOQL, and SQL to meet business analytics and operational needs, including a custom Salesforce Lightening Component build. Lead maintenance and enhancements of The Bail Project's court notification product and data sharing application.
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Project Evident | May 2021 - Apr 2023

Senior Analyst, Data and Evidence Science

Led workstreams, projects, and acted as a consultant to assess clients’ complex and ambiguous data problems, often translating business requirements into product capabilities. Consultations include conducting primary and secondary data collection, analysis, and visualization for clients and executive leadership teams or providing technical assistance on data tools and continuous learning cycles. More specifically, the Senior Analyst conducted diagnostic exercises to surface evidence and data system requirements, co-developing recommendations to improve existing and/or implement new data systems; designed and executed strategic data projects for clients, tailoring methods to meet clients’ needs and surface insights; and generated recommendations and pricing models to increase partners’ capacity and data building skills while leveraging change management strategies to support sustainable implementation and improve social impact initiatives.

Susan G. Komen | Mar 2018 - May 2021

Sr. Manager, Mission Operations

The Senior Manager, Mission Operations is the leader of the Mission Operations team within Komen’s Mission Division at the international headquarter. The Mission Operations team supports the Mission Division's efforts to focus, evolve, energize, and lead by seamlessly integrating the efforts across Komen’s enterprise.

Susan G. Komen | Jan 2014 - Mar 2018

Global Programs Manager

Managed public health program portfolio and supervised staff to implement evaluation frameworks, track progress, evaluate performance, provide technical support, and present at international conferences in Africa, Asia, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Middle East.

Susan G. Komen | Sep 2011 - Dec 2013

Grant Administrator

Connected the dots to make things happen - from making sure a researcher spends as much time as possible in the lab finding the cures, instead of completing paperwork, to executing department communication strategies and leading a database design project.

Anthropologie | Sep 2010 - Sep 2011

Assistant Manager

• Managed daily payroll and sales projections to meet monthly and quarterly goals. • Managed sale department display and sales.

Urban Outfitters Inc | Oct 2009 - Sep 2010


· Receive and track all shipments entering and leaving the store to ensure data integrity. · Reorganize back-of-house stock for accessibility and inventory integrity. · Direct and train sales associates in back-of-house operations to develop a strong inventory team throughout store.

Jubilee Women's Center | Feb 2010 - Jul 2010

Facilities and Operations Analyst

· Analyzed operating systems and made recommendations to decrease costs. · Investigated supply purchasing procedures, eliminating client and staff complaints. · Developed communications protocol for the facilities department.

Making Connections Program, Women's Center | Mar 2009 - Jun 2009

Making Connections Program Coordinator

• Program fiscal specialist overseeing a total budget of $130,000 and 100 program participants • Lead 2 program assistants on Making Connections and Human Trafficking Program teams • Advocate for social justice and education programs for 100 participants by facilitating college readiness programs and mentor relationships with 40 women of color professionals • Monthly advisory committee meeting coordinator for 10 members • Development and grant correspondent and writer for approximately 3 grants per month • Plan and coordinate local Hip-Hop show featuring 6 women of color artists with 6 programs on the University of Washington campus for an expected up to 300 person attendance

BeadForLife, Kampala | Nov 2008 - Jun 2009

Program Evaluator and Survey Analyst

· Successfully developed database in SPSS and Microsoft Excel to analyze over 300 records, making recommendations based on statistical analysis. · Designed research methodology for interviews and focus groups to supplement statistical analysis findings with qualitative information from clients. · Conducted fact-finding investigations and synthesized literature reviews to find best practices in the field for the client's programs. · Effectively refined survey questionnaires to ensure data integrity.

Women's Center, University of Washington | Aug 2007 - Feb 2009

Human Trafficking Program Coordinator

Developed connections with 5 student organizations, 2 Seattle networks and 1 organization abroad • Organized 5 forums creating public awareness and performing a needs assessment • Edited and researched handbook on human trafficking published at University of Washington • Maintained literature database of recent research and publications • Managed 3 program assistants and 3 work study students • Edited electronic newsletter content distributed to up to 500 alumni • Edited and formatted the Women’s Center Annual Report for 2007 - 2008

All Bengal Women's Union | Apr 2008 - Jun 2008

Program Evaluator Fellow

· Interviewed 15 non-governmental organizations and 30 ABWU staff and clients. · Conducted needs assessment investigating core competencies, recommending additional analysis of non-human trafficking survivor clients' needs. · Successfully approved by UW Institutional Review Board or Human Subjects Division to interview minors and non-governmental organizations in Kolkata, India. · Effectively investigated organizational needs by interviewing internal staff, recommending joining a network to increase impact and avoid service duplication.

Marc Lindenberg Center | Oct 2007 - Jun 2008

Research Assistant

• Work with 3 partners and collaborators on social mapping research for Humanity United Foundation • Developing research methodology and performing individual assignments by using survey monkey, value network analysis tools, and IssueCrawler (online social mapping tool) • Write and present summary of findings to team and funders • Strategize and write a five year review report presented to a review board of on advisory committee • Research and develop a database with over 50 organizations to be presented to the Dean of Evans

My Education

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M.P.A., International DevelopmentUniversity of Washington | 2009
B.A. Chinese, Chinese, Women Studies, Political ScienceTrinity University | 2005

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