Hi! My name is Bradford "Chip" Malt. I grew up in Boston, MA and attended Buckingham Browne and Nichols High School where I was the captain of the football and baseball teams. I then went on to Georgetown University to play baseball and major in Computer Science and Economics. I was also a Baker Scholar at Georgetown and started my own web design company, Collegiate Coders. In addition to building websites for small businesses, we built a website to help students with the interview process and were featured on the front page of ABC News.
After school I took a job at Barclays Capital on the Interest Rates Sales desk in New York and later transferred to the Chicago office. I left Barclays in 2013 to return to Business School at the University of California, Berkeley Haas to study management and technology entrepreneurship. During my time at Haas, I took crossover classes at the Berkeley School of Information (UI/UX Design, Python for Data Analysis) since I am very interested in computer science, machine learning, and data analytics.
Apart from career life, I am a licensed pilot and enjoy adventuring, traveling, and mountain climbing. I have visited 60+ countries over the past few years, including my two most recent adventures: a 10,000 mile car race from London to Mongolia to raise money for breast cancer research (we raised $26,000+ for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute) and summiting Aconcagua, South America's 23,000 foot peak.
I am interested in leveraging my CS background to make data-driven business and strategy decisions. I thrive in entrepreneurial environments that are fast paced and provide new and complex challenges.
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