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Annette Marett
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Principal Communications Specialist

Hi, I’m Annette Marett. I am in the business of words. My career as a communicator has taken me down many paths, from writing television and radio scripts to news reports and magazine articles. I enjoy the challenge of turning blank white pages into attention-grabbing messages that have the potential to make people stop and really think about something. Since I began at SAS in 2002, I’ve focused on creating global print and online advertising campaigns that promote awareness and lead generation. Making sense of all the marketing jargon and clutter out there is never easy, but it helps that the story of SAS analytics is an interesting and relevant one. My bachelor’s degree in advertising taught me how to write, but SAS continues to remind me why I still enjoy it.

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SAS loves stats: Sarah Watson

As a recent Master’s of Science in Advanced Analytics grad, Sarah Watson has a fresh take on the statistical sciences profession.  And she’s excited about the long overdue attention it’s getting with today’s businesses. It seems the growing popularity of statistics is no longer an outlier. A marketing analyst for JMP,

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SAS loves stats: Mark Bailey

Statistics. Should this branch of study call its home with mathematics or the sciences? Mark Bailey is a self-proclaimed science enthusiast, so you can guess which way he leans.  As a full-time instructor with JMP, Mark use statistics in his job to help customers decipher their data. That means a

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SAS loves stats: Di Michelson

There’s a good probability that whether Di Michelson is teaching a statistics course, hiking, playing the guitar, solving cryptic crosswords or going geocaching with her family, she can tell you how math influences her day. As a senior analytical training consultant in SAS Education supporting JMP, Di shares that problem-solving

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SAS loves stats: George Fernandez

An analytical training consultant for SAS, George brings over three decades of experience to his teaching position– along with the fresh perspective and enthusiasm of just joining the SAS family two years ago. He was doing stats before pocket calculators were invented (literally!) and still manages to stay one step

Data Management
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SAS loves stats: Marc Huber

If you’ve got a few minutes to chat with Marc Huber, don’t miss the opportunity. He has an interesting take on the human side of statistics.  As a senior analytical training consultant for SAS, he combines an impressive background in psychology with a passion for math to teach customers around the

Data Management
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SAS loves math: Wendy McHenry

From figuring out the optimal price a company should charge for soup to forecasting an organization's financial outcomes, each day brings a new business challenge for Wendy McHenry, systems engineer at SAS. Her "How can we help?" attitude is only part of the equation for successful customer relationships. Find out how math

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SAS loves math: Udo Sglavo

“Maybe math is not love-at-first-sight for you, but it pays to flirt with it a little,” says Udo Sglavo.  As a principal analytical consultant in the operations research R&D group at SAS, he’s not your typical mathematician. Udo arrived at his career with a gentle tug from family members and