"Whether it is learning analytics that help us deliver incredible student outcomes or machine learning that shapes new pathways for our business to run more efficiently, data science has become an integral part of the fabric of what we do at 2U," said Kenigsberg. "Sean has a unique combination of data science know-how, academic experience, and proven leadership managing passionate, mission-driven teams, which is why I'm so excited he's coming on board to run this essential function at 2U."
"The ability to find insights in data and use them appropriately is reshaping the way we work and learn," said Fahey. "2U is a leader in bringing this data orientation, at scale, into the higher education arena. I'm thrilled to be joining a company that has a proven track record of using data and insights to deliver life-changing outcomes for tens of thousands of students around the world."
In his new role as senior vice president of data science, Fahey will oversee the company's data-focused business systems roadmapping, develop and implement data science best practice, deliver business products and insights through quantitative analysis, and manage and mentor the existing in-house data science team.
Fahey joins 2U from
Beyond his work in the education technology industry, Fahey has more than a decade of experience in higher education, serving as both the vice provost for institutional research at
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