Andres Estrada

Project Manager, Quantitative Research

What makes you a Culturati?

I’ve always loved learning about new cultures, and as an economist, I’ve always been interested in the intersection of math and psychology and adding business and social value through data. I value highlighting differences to better understand human decision-making, but just as equally, the importance of looking for solidarity to solve real-world problems.

How did you discover your Culturati nature?

I grew up in a very open-minded household and moved around a lot when I was younger. My upbringing, travel experiences, and education contributed significantly to my open-minded nature.

What type of Culturati are you?

I consider myself a pragmatic Culturati that strives to understand the nuance of culture and ways to find unity through difference.

What makes you a strong Quantitative Analyst?

Through my professional and academic experience, I understand the importance of starting with good data and being meticulous in the analysis. I also learned a lot about working with large datasets in my previous roles, where I drove financial analysis and predictive models of future revenue to assess and calculate the extent of losses for major engineering projects across North & South America.