IBM East Africa
05 Nov 2019 11:00 AM -11:45 AM | Panel Discussion: CONSTRUCTION ANALYSIS
Jacklyne is an Analytics consultant largely working in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence applications in problem solving. She has worked on the Macro-Economic Variables implementation on IFRS9, an international accounting standard focused on the accounting of financial instruments with regards to classification, measurement, impairment and hedge accounting. She is currently working on IFRS17, a standard detailing the recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure of insurance contracts. In the recent past, she has worked in management at one of Africa’s largest e-commerce platforms to optimise product marketing, competitive pricing, cross-selling, and business intelligence through harnessing the power of data and analytics to increase sales, and boost revenue growth. She has also worked with one of the regionally leading business schools to identify potential areas of growth through Sentiment Analysis, a process deeply rooted in the execution of Machine Learning algorithms to break down and analyse qualitative data in the form of feedback collected over 5 years.
Outside of the fast growing Data and Analytics practice, Jacklyne was involved in the bid evaluation of the Varsity hostels Public Private Partnership.
IBM East Africa
Highway and Structural Engineer
Kenya Urban Roads Authority
Breadth and Community Manager
Web Developer and Technology Advocate
Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Managing Partner
Samba Mwambela Co. Advocates
MML Turner & Townsend
Senior Natural Resource Scientist
Directorate of Resources Surveys and Remote Sensing, Ministry of Mining
Senior Energy Efficiency Officer
Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority