Dr. JeanCarlo (J. C.) Bonilla

Dr. JeanCarlo (J. C.) Bonilla

Dr. JeanCarlo (J.C.) Bonilla specializes in next-generation data analytics strategy and insight delivery for enrollment management. J.C. serves as the Global Chief Analytics Officer at VaynerMedia. Previously, J.C. was also Chief Analytics Officer at Element451. Prior to Element451, J.C. was part of the senior management at DataKind where he guided a global portfolio of over 200 advanced analytics projects in the data for good movement. At NYU, he led multiple recruitment, admissions, and academic initiatives with yearly intakes of 1500 students. At New York University he led multiple recruitment, admissions, and academic services initiatives that yielded intakes of more than 1600 new students per year. Also, J.C. is a Faculty member at New York & Rice University where he teaches Business Analytics. J.C. Bonilla holds and Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Technology Management from New York University.

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