Excellence is a trait he has harnessed, making it a visible stamp on his personality. Paul Fomenky, PhD is an expert in leading data-driven strategies for some of the world’s largest real estate companies. He is a leader whose efficiency and devotion has brought before him top managerial positions, a proof of trust conferred on a man who is dependable. He is the Managing Director Data for BBG inc. He has equally worked for Top international Real estate companies like CBRE – Dallas, JLL – Chicago.
With regards to data and Software Engineering demands, he’s a hands-on problem solver. With a PhD is Computer Science and proof of his work expertise, he is a Computer Wizard who has consciously established a standing career in the diaspora, making it a home away from home.
Before coming on board the BBG team, he was Global Head of Data Science – Valuations at JLL Boston. He was in charge of data strategy and transformation where he led a global team that developed an artificial intelligence data platform.
From 2008 to 2019, he was diligent at the service of CBRE. Throughout the 11 years he served, he moved from Senior Software Engineer, with ownership of numerous projects in varying technology. He later assumed the position of Lead Software Development with major achievements like Custom Forecasting Platform, platform agnostic data platform. He served as Head of Data Products before signing out.
He has equally served in the capacity of a Software Programmer for Ladelta Community College, Monroe. That was in the year 2007. As a man of results, he implemented substantial changes on how projects were done on campus. He is the author of articles in academic and technology publications.
In 2007, he bagged a BS in Computer Science from Grambling State University. In 2012, he obtained a Master’s in Computer Science from UMass Boston. In 2017, he earned a Doctor of Philosophy – PhD in Computer Science still from UMass Boston. Devoted to attaining excellence, in 2017 he gained Essential Management skills for emerging leaders at Harvard University.
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