Raymond is a statistician at the Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation and the LDI Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics where he applies econometric, statistical, and data mining techniques to a wide variety of projects.
Prior to joining Penn Medicine, Raymond conducted fieldwork as a summer fellow at Social Entrepreneurs Corps. Working with former Peace Corps volunteers, he helped to promote access to eye care, water filtration, and cook stoves in rural areas of Guatemala. After graduating college, Raymond served as a research coordinator at Columbia Business School where he worked on economics research such as productivity disruption due to nurse staffing changes, irrational exuberance in drafting NCAA players, and peer learning in elite soccer. Raymond now looks forward to using his analytics skills to help improve health and well-being for patients and populations.
Raymond graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s in statistics. He is also a fitness enthusiast, teaching Zumba classes at the university fitness center and other gyms in Philadelphia.