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Jeremy Wacksman

Senior Project Manager

Jeremy is a Senior Project Manager with Dimagi’s US-based Global Services team. While primarily supporting project implementation, he also helps to coordinate online learning resources and efforts to quantify and increase the impact of Dimagi’s work. He is particularly excited to be learning about the role mobile technology can play in helping Community Health Workers do their jobs. Prior to joining Dimagi he worked as an emerging technologies analyst for the U.S. Navy, a medical research assistant at a teaching hospital, and a farmer on a small family farm. Jeremy studied Biology at the College of William and Mary in Virginia, and has studied in both India and Turkey.

Most Recent Posts By Jeremy Wacksman

This is post #8 in our Under the Data Tree blog series, where members of Dimagi’s data science team share insights from analyzing CommCare data. In this blog, we analyzed the relationship between how much a CommCare application has scaled and how actively the application is used per user. We analyzed 621 CommCare applications, all […]

We’re excited to announce that our CommCare Users group recently reached a huge milestone by exceeding 1,000 members! The CommCare Users group is the main community forum and mailing list for people who are using or want to learn about CommCare. The forum is a Google Group used to address questions around implementation, application design, data […]

This is post #7 in our Under the Data Tree blog series, where members of Dimagi’s data science team share insights from analyzing CommCare data. In this blog, we look at how often users stop using CommCare, and—if they do stop—how often they restart. There are of course many reasons for a user to stop […]

On the Dimagi field team, everyone has their own CommCare tricks. These can be preferences in app design, techniques for building forms, or the way we use certain features. We are constantly sharing our experiences over Skype and email, and occasionally a Field Manager will mention a feature that almost no one else knew about. So […]

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