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About the Women in Data Science Series
A data scientist knows that some of the richest and most intriguing stories can be found in a data set.
To highlight the stories behind the women in data science at Booz Allen, we created an editorial series on the individuals who are solving today’s big challenges and redefining, in their own unique ways, what it means to be a data scientist.
Explore the profiles and get personal with women from a variety of backgrounds, skill sets, and experience who are part of our growing team of data scientists.
A statewide math test during Haejin’s freshman year of high school was her biggest challenge—and ultimately, her biggest reward.
Haejin was a bit apprehensive about math growing up, but as a young high school student, she decided to put all her effort into studying for an algebra proficiency test that would rank her against her peers across New York state.
After countless hours of studying and innumerable self-driven practice tests, Haejin earned a perfect score on the exam.
“The result showed me that if I put my mind to it, I could do anything,” said Haejin. “This experience helped me gain confidence in my abilities.”
Whether she’s building her own skills, helping organizations glean new insights from their data, or empowering others to enhance their data science abilities, Haejin knows that both knowledge and effort can unlock opportunities.
“It starts with curiosity,” said Haejin, “If you’re curious about something, just go for it.”
Working through people, process, and technology challenges with our civil government team, Haejin helps improve business operations through change management, high-impact automation, and rigorous data analysis.
Haejin’s interest in making processes more efficient and effective is coupled with her passion to make the world a better place. This philanthropic nature started early––all inspired by her parents. Her mom and dad moved from South Korea to pursue college degrees and start a family, and they juggled their own education with raising three kids. Haejin never took that for granted and developed a passion for giving back to others on a global scale. Pursuing her interest in social impact and the social enterprise space, she completed several college internships in the nonprofit sector.
Throughout her professional experiences, Haejin realized a consistent theme: While the organizations she worked with had an abundance of data, they lacked the capacity to distill insights from it. A lot of opportunities remained untapped.
After starting at Booz Allen, Haejin first encountered the Women in Data Science (WiDS) group when she volunteered for a 2017 gender equality "design-o-thon." She wanted to learn more about data science and ended up joining WiDS in a more formal capacity. In parallel to building her own technical skills, Haejin also felt that the educational component of WiDS was particularly important for helping shape and grow data scientists’ skill sets and knowledge base. Now a lead for the education committee, she’s focused on furthering the technical knowledge of Booz Allen employees of all skill sets by developing programs like brown bag lunches. These lunches give data scientists a platform from which they can share their knowledge and expertise with peers to spark collaborative learning and mutual growth.
Coming full circle from her college intern days, Haejin currently applies her data science expertise in working with mission-based organizations and socially driven nonprofits. She volunteers with Development Solutions Organization, where she addresses data intake challenges for a nonprofit that focuses on accurately representing underserved populations through data. With Compass Pro Bono, Haejin helps a nonprofit client optimize the use of its existing data.
Haejin’s outlook is global, and her inspiration is multifaceted. Reflecting on her experience studying abroad in Oxford, England during college, Haejin said, “I was able to pursue my interests and passions, meet new people, and affect change every day.”
Haejin’s wanderlust continues to grow, as does her fearless curiosity about the world. With a few trips in the pipeline, she stays inspired by visiting new destinations, watching films by Hayao Miyazaki (such as Spirited Away), and listening to electronic dance music by Illenium or the TED Radio Hour podcast.
Haejin's favorite TED Radio Hour episode? “Don’t Fear Math.”
Whether it’s a math problem or another intimidating challenge, Haejin powers ahead. “If you feel like you’ll fail, give it a shot anyway,” she said. “Either way, you’ll learn something meaningful."