Nat Mammo MS
Nat Mammo is a Data Scientist at The Lab @ DC.
Prior to joining The Lab, Nat worked as an Applied Data Scientist at Civis Analytics. In this role, he used predictive models to guide FEMA’s strategy in persuading more homeowners to invest in flood insurance. In addition, he has worked with a State Treasurer’s Office to design outreach strategies that would encourage more residents to open a college savings account. Nat also used predictive models to help major political campaigns identify targets for outreach and persuasion. Previously, he was the research manager at the Greater Washington Partnership, working on initiatives to improve the region’s competitiveness particularly in transportation and workforce development. During this time, he used spatial tools to measure how well the region’s transportation system served local residents.
Nat graduated with an M.S. in Computational Analysis and Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a B.S. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania. While pursuing his master’s degree, Nat worked at the Crime Lab in New York as a data science research assistant. He was also a Teach For America corps member in DC, teaching high school math. After having lived and taught in Ward 1, he is now a Ward 5 resident along with his brother.