Are you getting the value you expected from your data operations?
Cybele knows what it takes to get the most from your data, and we can help you achieve it. We can help you:
Improve understanding of your data.
Reduce the time between data ingest and operational insights.
Manage your data talent for sustainable and effective data operations.
Increase data literacy and support for data operations across your organization.
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WE ARE TEACHERS, TRANSLATORS, MENTORS AND CONNECTORS
Every part of your organization can benefit in some way from your data operations. To derive the most value from your data operations requires participation from every part of your organization.
Our goal is to increase data awareness and culture across your organization, including data science or analytics staff, leadership, IT folks and those who are the 'customers' of advanced analytics.
We believe that buying analytics tools, or hiring analytics staff, without having a data culture in place across the organization, is only a temporary fix to data problems. Instead, Cybele Data Advisory takes an organizational approach to addressing data problems and helping your organization get the most value from your data operations.
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Cybele Data Advisory is a veteran woman owned small business that empowers public and private sector organizations to establish, grow and maintain their in-house data operations by focusing on organizational support for data. We bring a unique mix of technical, scientific and management expertise to help organizations get the most value out of their data.
Holly Russo, PhD, is the Founder and President of Cybele, and a US Air Force veteran with over 18 years of research, development, and advisory experience supporting DoD and Intelligence Community agencies. She has led technical efforts both as performer and technical SETA, as well as research studies and outreach efforts, collaborating across DoD, IC, law enforcement and industry.
Holly is passionate about providing advice and knowledge to organizations to help them get the most value out of their data. She received her PhD in computational social science and her Master's in economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. Holly is also very proud to say that she performed the majority of the design and development of this site.
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