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My Story

Born and raised in Cairo, Egypt.

Throughout my 14-year journey, I have assumed various roles such as CSR, Training Coordinator, Complaint Handler, and Business Analyst. I have always been drawn to the analytical aspect of my work, and I have consistently examined opportunities to apply my problem-solving skills and attention to detail in data-driven projects.

Throughout my CareerFoundry course, I have worked on diverse projects, including data cleansing, mining, and predictive modeling. I am proficient in programming languages such as Python and have hands-on experience with SQL for data extraction and manipulation. I am also skilled in using popular data analysis and visualization tools like Tableau and Excel.

I thrive on using data to make informed decisions that impact the bottom line. I hope to create a lifelong career using the workflow procedures I’ve learned to become an essential asset to any company and project I join.

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More About Me

Hi there! My name is Hazem Elnady, and I'm a data analyst who loves to explore both the analytical and creative sides of life. I have a natural inclination towards analytical thinking, which has helped me excel in my work, but I'm also passionate about the arts.


In my free time, you'll often find me watching movies, listening to music, reading books, or writing stories and poetry. I believe that creativity is essential for personal growth and development, and I try to incorporate it into my life as much as possible.


A couple of years ago, I authored and released my debut fiction novel (Parallel World), which centers around the significance of hope and friendship in our outlook towards life.


When I'm not indulging in my hobbies, I love spending quality time with my family, who constantly inspire me to be the best version of myself. :) 

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand." - Albert Einstein -

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