Colin Decker

Colin Decker

Statistics and Digital Data Expert

Colin Decker is a Canadian statistician, researcher, and digital data expert with an extensive background spanning over 15 years in analytics. He has profound expertise in statistical analysis across numerous sectors, including healthcare, life insurance, pharmaceuticals, animal health, education, the justice system, academia, banking, and finance.

As a consultant for the Technical Assistance Partnership (TAP) initiative, Colin Decker and another Canadian expert, Audrey Wubbenhorst, work collaboratively with Colombia’s National Planning Department (DNP) and the Colombian Observatory for Venezuelan Migration (OMV) to provide technical assistance to design and implement a digital and automated system for the collection, management, monitoring, dissemination, and analysis of migration data from different sources at the national and territorial levels.

An advocate for addressing global challenges, Colin emphasizes the critical importance of effectively handling vast volumes of data within diverse contexts, ranging from people’s lives to financial markets and healthcare. His exceptional statistical acumen shapes how data is understood, harnessed, and leveraged to address pressing global issues.

Based in Ontario, Colin is a statistical consultant and a lecturer at the University of Toronto. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Statistics at the University of Toronto. Before his doctoral studies, Colin obtained an MSc in Statistics, an MSc in Mathematics, and a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Toronto.