Abby is based in Keystone’s Boston office. Prior to joining Keystone in 2021, she served as a bioinformatics scientist on Ancestry.com’s Science Team, helping deliver data-driven insights to millions of AncestryDNA customers. Abby holds a B.S. in physics and a minor in computer science from MIT. While at MIT, Abby conducted research at the Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and Space Research, as well as at the Development through Discovery, Design and Dissemination Laboratory, where she optimized algorithms based on data from wearable sensors to provide healthy lifestyle recommendations for children.
Abby has previously worked at Roivant Sciences, developing probabilistic models for pharmaceutical sales optimizations, at the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology Centre, conducting research related to climate change in Southeast Asia, and at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory. She is passionate about teaching and volunteered as a computer science instructor for the Middle East Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow, a program that strives to facilitate collaboration between Israeli and Palestinian students in Jerusalem.
Abby enjoys leveraging data to solve complex problems. At Keystone, she is excited to work on questions related to adtech, antitrust, data privacy, and algorithmic interpretability, which impact top companies in tech.
In her free time, Abby likes to run, bike, and hike. An avid traveler, she is always looking to explore new places both locally and around the world.