Yasmine Ndassa, Ph.D.

Data Storyteller | AI Strategist | Business Strategist | Innovator | Analytics Thought Leader | Author |  Speaker


Published analytics thought leader with strong strategy and technical background passionate about creating data-based insights through data storytelling. AI strategist with expertise in applying process mapping to identify and quantify AI opportunities in business processes. Experienced executive with demonstrated track record influencing C-suite to make data-informed decisions to drive margin growth, reduce costs and mitigate risk (ROI). Relentless advocate of building diverse teams (gender, education, culture) and fostering inclusion. International cultural background (France, Cameroon); Drexel LeBow Business Analytics Advisory Council Member; NAMIC National Board of Directors. Fluent in French, and Spanish. Core competencies include: 

Strategy • AI Analytics • Process AutomationStakeholder Management • DEIB • Leadership

Most recent accomplishment: Applied GenAI for Digital Transformation program, MIT, 2024

Analytics Thought Leader

Strong strategy and analytical background (Meta, AWS, Comcast, BCG; Ph.D. Biophysics, Harvard) with a keen focus on creating data-based insights to enable data-driven business decision making

Uniquely skilled at analyzing complex strategic problems by layering process, people and technology to achieve sustainable and innovative solutions with measurable business impact

Analytics experience spanning People, Business Process and Sales Operations Analytics, with focus on work flow automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI). 

Business Strategist

Data storyteller with extensive experience influencing executive leaders to use data to make informed decisions

Authentic leader with a passion for leading through people by leveraging their strengths to drive innovation and performance

Adjunct Professor and Analytics Council Member for Drexel LeBow School of Business, Center for Business Analytics.

DEIB & STEM Champion

Relentless advocate of building diverse teams (gender, education, culture) and fostering inclusion to drive belonging

International cultural background (France, Cameroon); poliglot (French, Spanish)

Highlights: National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications, Inc. (NAMIC);  Internet Essentials Ambassador; Xfinity Consumer Services DE&I Committee Leadership Team; Meyerhoff Scholars alumna + recruiter



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