Chamie has more than a decade of experience as a data and risk management analyst for IT, public utilities and financial services industries. She began her career in 2000 with IBM Corp., where she ran test scripts and client tests, Web-based applications and created computerized part labels for equipment identification, organizing department orders and monitoring inventory. Throughout her career, Chamie also held data analysis and financial risk management responsibilities for Microsoft, First Energy, Key Bank and American Electric
Power. In each of her roles, Chamie has successfully applied her knowledge of a variety of advanced business analytics and intelligence software programs to manipulate and manage large data sets. Her roles have allowed her to transform summary data into meaningful information that management used to make strategic decisions.
As an Associate with Dorsey & Company, Chamie provides the critical research and data management and presentation support to develop the competitive marketing strategies Dorsey & Company clients need to for optimal results.
Chamie has served as a mathematics tutor for various organizations, as a mentor for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Columbus (Ohio), as Correspondence Secretary for the Akron (Ohio) Urban League Young Professionals, as a Coordinator for the 2006 United Way Annual Fundraiser for First Energy and as Treasurer of the Black Graduate Students Association at Kent State University. She is a recipient of the OSU 2001 Minority Engineering Program Humanitarian Award.
Chamie earned Bachelor of Science in both Applied Mathematics and Computer Science & Engineering from Ohio State University and a Master of Science in Financial Engineering from Kent State University.