Since 2015, Ometry has worked with the public sector, private sector, and technology partners to deliver advanced analytical insights that have kept millions of drivers safe and directed millions more commercial deliveries to take the safest routes.
We believe we can be doing more with data to raise awareness and eliminate avoidable accidents to make sure everyone gets home safely. Each year 40,000 people die in car crashes and professional driving (including car sharing and delivery) is one of the most dangerous professions. We are changing these statistics.
Carey Anne Nadeau
Founder and CEO
Head of Product
Head of Data Science
Carey Anne entered into the business of risk with the sole purpose of improving the lives of others. Having previously worked as a researcher for the Brookings Institution and Urban Institute after earning her Master’s in city planning from MIT, Carey Anne conducted her expertise in geospatial analysis and tech-for-good authority to build a company inventing safety products that improve the measurements and understanding of our roads: Ometry. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, the Washington Post, and Business Insurance.
Ali has had an integral hand in building the mechanics of Ometry. Prior to earning a Master’s in Business Analytics from the R.H. Smith School of Business at UMD, Ali received his BS in Computer Science from AI Akhwayn University in Morocco, where he was born and raised. As Ometry’s Head of Product, Ali tirelessly works to keep innovating and improving each & every touchpoint of the end-to-end processes. Outside of the shop, you can find Ali exploring New York’s restaurants and bars, boxing, and tinkering in the cyber-shop on side-projects to keep learning and stay primed on new technologies.
To say that Xunge loves data is a bit of a euphemism. As Ometry’s lead data lady, Xunge takes charge in the modeling, visualization, and analyses that keep our wheels spinning. She is a recent graduate of Georgetown’s Data Science Graduate Program and continues to build on her already genius aptitude for creation. Xunge has lived in the U.S. since she was fourteen, when she moved from Shanghai, and finds that there is no better education, even in the world of tech, than traveling.
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