An Accredited Professional Statistician, Dr. Huber has 30 years experience in software development, statistical and geographic analysis, and risk assessment. Dr. Huber’s expertise in data analysis uncovers valuable insights that improve critical business decisions as well as company and product performance. He is adept at developing mathematical models to describe patterns and explain relationships that can reveal previously unseen facts of high business value. He led the research and analysis in significant projects for government and business, including producing the first National Broadband Map for the Federal Communications Commission and predicting details of the U.S. market for veterinary pharmaceutical products. Dr. Huber has taught college and professional courses in statistics, sampling, computing, and data visualization, and authored more than 40 open source software programs to perform statistical and geometric analysis and visualization of data. Dr. Huber has testified in federal courts and supported litigation as a consulting expert across the United States and in Mexico.


  • Accredited Professional Statistician (PStat), American Statistical Association
  • Developed and taught courses at Penn State, Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College and Villanova University
  • PhD, Mathematics, Columbia University in the City of New York, 1984
  • MA, Mathematics, Columbia University in the City of New York, 1979
  • BA, Mathematics, Philosophy, Haverford College, 1978


  • Undergraduate seminars in Problem Solving, Haverford College, Instructor, 2005 – Present
  • Professional Statistics and GIS Communities, stats.stackexchange.com, Elected Moderator,
    2011 – Present
  • American Statistical Association – Philadelphia, Newsletter Editor, 2014 – 2016; Treasurer,
    2016 – Present
  • Risk Analysis, Editorial Board, 2009 – 2013
  • Best Peer Reviewer, Society for Risk Analysis, 2009

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