We Are IH: Kelowna student analyst loves data science & analytics

July 21, 2022

Dooshima enjoying views of Okanagan Lake in the winter


Name: Dooshima Jessica Iyorchir (she/her)
Job Title: Student Data Analyst
Years of Service: Two months
Worksite: Community Health & Services Centre
Community: Kelowna
Ancestral Territory: Syilx
Advice to live by: Keep moving forward.

Dooshima has a natural belief that there is nothing she can’t accomplish. 

Raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Dooshima graduated from high school at the age of 16, from university with an undergraduate degree at the age of 21, and is currently pursuing her post-graduate diploma for marketing and data analytics at Okanagan College at the age of 23.

“My education and work have always advanced throughout my life. I have no intention of stopping here, but rather to continue climbing to greater heights.”

Dooshima now lives in Kelowna and works as a Student Data Analyst at Interior Health. 

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