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Chris Buetti

CEO & Co-Founder at Digital Prezence
New York, New York, United States
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Chris Buetti is a multifaceted entrepreneur, data scientist, and software engineer with ample expertise in AI and marketing. He graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in Mathematical Statistics and a minor in Entrepreneurship, including extensive coursework in computer science. During his time there, he worked as an R programming tutor, and his senior thesis "Calculating the Probability of NBA Field Goals Using Machine Learning Algorithms" was completed under the mentorship of Dr. Staci Hepler. He has held positions as Data Scientist at the National Basketball Association (NBA), Software Engineer at NBCUniversal Media, LLC, Data Engineer, Automation at Sling TV, and Summer Intern at Taboola, among others.

Currently, Chris Buetti is the CEO at Digital Prezence, an advertising-technology company he founded alongside two other Wake Forest graduates. They developed a proprietary software platform called "Bella," which enables brands, agencies, and influencers to increase productivity through automation and empowers data-driven decision making. The software allows marketers to run influencer campaigns from top to bottom faster, more efficiently, and with less effort.

Chris Buetti's recent work was featured on the front page of BuzzFeed News, an NPR podcast, and in a live TV interview with Cheddar. His top-read data science articles on, "How I Eat for Free in NYC Using Python, Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Instagram" garnered over 150,000 reads and 8,000 claps in little over a month.

Chris Buetti's tech stack includes Python, cloud computing with AWS/GCP (EC2, S3, Lambda, RDS, DynamoDB), SQL, Linux (Ubuntu, Red Hat), MongoDB, distributed computing (Hadoop MapReduce, PySpark), REST APIs, R, Shell Scripting, and Tableau.

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