Sheila Buenafe is an experienced data management expert with over fifteen years of experience. She works extensively on complex data projects that involve constructing large datasets from multiple databases and analyzing this information. Ms. Buenafe understands the connection between careful data analysis and robust statistical results, and is skilled at mapping out data-building strategies to maximize efficiency and minimize costs for our clients. These data-building strategies provide the foundation for the econometric analyses that are relied on by testifying experts and used in expert reports in litigations. In other situations, Ms. Buenafe provides guidance to senior management at companies in interpreting and utilizing their own data to make strategic and informed decisions for their organizations.
Ms. Buenafe leads a team managing all phases of the data preparation process. Her work has been used for turnovers to the DOJ and the European Commission, and in expert reports.
- Forensic Programmer, Criterion Economics
- Analyst, NERA Economic Consulting
- Business & Regulatory Consulting | 07.12.2022
- Litigation | 04.30.2018
- Litigation | 09.29.2014
- Litigation | 06.23.2011
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- News, 01.06.2022
Massachusetts Appleseed Center for Law and Justice and pro bono partner Edgeworth Economics have teamed up to expand on the Appleseed Network’s prior study on school discipline of girls across racial groups in Kansas, Alabama, and Massachusetts.
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Ms. Buenafe earned her MS in statistics from George Mason University and her BS in statistics from the University of the Philippines.