Meet the newest members of Mather Economics

This fall, Mather Economics welcomed three new team members and we are thrilled to have them join our dynamic consulting practice!  Get to know a little about them and why they are so passionate about a field in data.


Meet Rebekah Day…

Hi! My name is Rebekah Day and I’m originally from Ocala, FL.  I graduated from the University of Florida with my master’s in economics in May 2020 and moved to Atlanta shortly after.

What interests you about data?

There’s an endless source of challenges which we can use data to overcome.  The insights provided by these analytics have a wide range of applications that can help us be better informed when making decisions.

Rebekah Day, Associate Consultant


What’s your favorite quote? “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin

What’s on your bucket list? Camping/hiking/road-tripping the Western United States

Favorite restaurant in Atlanta: Cooks and Soldiers on the westside.

Meet Roos McClellan…

Hello, I’m Roos McClellan. I’m originally from the Netherlands and went to Samford University in Alabama where I obtained both my bachelor’s degree in finance as well as my MBA.

What interests you about data?

Data is so much more than just numbers, it tells a story that helps us understand the world just a little bit better.  I’m particularly excited to work at Mather and to help clients answer the complicated business questions and visualize the impact of change and innovation.

Roos McClellan, Associate Consultant


What’s your favorite quote?One person’s data is another person’s noise.” – K.C. Cole

What’s on your bucket list? Travel, set up a community garden and paraglide over mountains.

Interesting fact: I played tennis for my university and obtained a WTA ranking.

Meet Isabelle Alzona…

My name is Isabelle Alzona and I majored in economics and minored in statistics at the University of Georgia.  I graduated from UGA in 2020 and then went on to complete my Masters in Economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

What interests you about data?

I pursued economics because I felt it was one of the most creative analytical fields.  In economics, you try to find the answer to often broad and complex problems but how you go about solving it is up to you.  You have flexibility in how you approach each problem and there is no “one size fits all” method.  Because of this, each problem is a set of new challenges and you’re constantly learning.

Isabelle Alzona, Associate Consultant


What’s your favorite quote? “New knowledge is the most valuable commodity on earth.  The more truth we have to work with, the richer we become.” – Kurt Vonnegut

What’s on your bucket list? To visit all the major U.S. national parks, especially Arches National Park and Yellowstone.

Favorite cuisine: Thai food

Interested in a career in data science or consulting? 

Our company is growing and changing every day. We are still seeking candidates for Associate Consultants and Data Science Analysts. Visit our Careers page for more information.




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