Associate Consultant, Strategic Information Services
ABOUT HELEN NGO
Helen’s greatest strength with our nonprofit partners is her ability to make data accessible and actionable. A statistical modeling whiz who is fluent in multiple computer coding languages, Helen helps her clients identify patterns to better examine donor behavior, resulting in opportunities to motivate higher levels of giving. In her work with clients, she enjoys opportunities to:
- Help clients’ improve their overall data understanding and utilization
- Collaborate with colleagues and clients to proactively solve problems
- Improve efficiency of tasks by manipulating data
Helen is a recent graduate of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where she received her BS in Applied Mathematics, along with minors in Computer Science and Cognitive Science. While in school, Helen participated in a year-long independent study project researching the effect of environmental factors on various chronic diseases and running statistical models on them.
In her life outside of Campbell & Company, Helen loves to work with her hands; she is an award-winning tailor and studied carpentry with the Rubicon Foundation’ Sawhorse Revolution Program. Passionate about the need for positive female role models in the STEM fields, she has also tutored middle and high school girls in mathematics.