Raymond (Skip) Paschall
During the past eight years, Paschall has developed and taught in-person and remote classes in data science, full-stack web solutions, and mobile applications at Metropolitan Community College. He designed and led the first cohort for MCC’s web application code school. He was recently awarded MCC’s Excellence in Teaching Award. His focus at Johns Hopkins is on teaching data science skills for Government Analytics graduate students.
In 2018, he retired as a Senior Application Solution Architect after working for the Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company for over 30 years. During his tenure, his roles included developer, project lead, department manager, technical trainer and during his last seven years as a senior architect for actuarial data analytics, policy administration, and web application solutions.
He has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Missouri and a master’s degree in computer systems management from Creighton University. He’s maintained his technical currency by completing many additional college courses and other professional development programs. In retirement, he continues to pursue his passion for growing his skills in designing and delivering educational programs with an emphasis on data science and web/mobile application solutions.