Clint Stevenson is the Vice President of Data Science at Edison Research and has over 18 years of experience working with statistical modeling and complex datasets. He is an active, accredited (PStat®), member of the American Statistical Association. Stevenson is responsible for Edison Research’s advanced statistical analytics, data science, machine learning, large datasets, sampling, model development, and cloud infrastructure. Stevenson has deep knowledge of large-scale, complex statistical projects including his work on the NEP exit poll. Stevenson has worked as the principal researcher for the development of statistical software used in complex weighting, data editing, data quality, and variance/point estimation on data from clients that include some of the largest internet companies in the world. His international work has included overseeing the statistical software development, sample design and analysis of custom research in Iraq, Republic of Georgia, and Venezuela.
Prior to Edison Research, Stevenson worked as a Principal Data Scientist for Datalogix (acquired by Oracle Data Cloud), implementing advanced analytics and measurement on emerging technologies, mobile, IoT, and OTT television for advertisers. He has also worked with hospital and health care providers focusing on patient and employee satisfaction surveys.
Stevenson is a graduate of Rick’s College and Brigham Young University-Provo where his undergraduate degree is in Biostatistics with a minor in Zoology. Additionally, he holds a master’s degree in Statistical Science.