Ellen is a fixed-income trader and portfolio manager who now freelances in financial modeling. She is excited to bring to Toptal clients a vast set of tools to employ on analytical projects. Her unique talent is a seamless combination of data sourcing, programming, financial analysis, storyboarding, and visualization.
With the arrival and growing ubiquity of big data, Excel, as a data-mining and processing tool has been pushed to its limits—reflected in its dated 1,048,576 row hard limit and the application’s processing speed slowing to a crawl. As of 2010, Microsoft released a Power Pivot function that transformed the scope and usefulness of Excel where the extraction, combination, and analysis of large datasets are concerned.
Using live cases, Finance Expert Ellen Su explores in detail how to master Power Pivot and explores its hidden advantages as a big data tool.
Course certificate in Machine Learning
2016 - 2016
Stanford University (via Coursera) - Online
Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) in Financial Analysis
1997 - 2000
Association for Investment Management and Research - Nationwide (USA)
Master of Business Administration in Finance and Corporate Strategy
1995 - 1997
Ross School of Business, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Michigan
Bachelor's degree in Finance and Accounting
1989 - 1992
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania