Dr. Hall is a Lecturer at the MIT Supply Chain Management Program where she develops and delivers courses on databases, data science, and machine learning. She currently teaches "Databases and Data Analysis for Supply Chain Management" and "Analytical Methods for Supply Chain Management" in the Fall and "Data Science for Supply Chain Management" in the Spring in the SCMr program. Along with Dr. Cassa, she developed the materials for SC4x in the MITx MicroMasters credential in Supply Chain Management.

She applies machine learning techniques in consulting work as well as in her current role as a Director of Data Science, Content, and Strategy at Northeastern University. Previously, she worked at an aerospace startup where she designed and implemented control systems and developed localization and tracking algorithms for antenna arrays. She holds an SB, SM, and PhD from MIT. Her research involved developing computational models to evaluate the design of new urban areas.

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