Philip Lee


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Philip is a mission-driven individual who is dedicated to sustainable growth and delivering transformative results.
With a background in both analytics and healthcare, Philip brings a blend of statistical modelling expertise and strong problem-solving skills. His ability to analyse complex datasets and extract actionable insights has been instrumental in improving business outcomes. Philip’s strong communication skills enable him to convey complex information to diverse audiences effectively. He is committed to leveraging his skill set to help organisations achieve their goals.

Influential work

  • Developed a statistical churn model for a major Canadian insurance company to reduce vehicle insurance policy attrition
  • Secured First Place in Bank of Montreal’s environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) Analytics case competition by constructing and framework that evaluated the impact of the Canadian oil and gas industry transitioning to Net-Zero Emissions by 2050
  • Critically assessed the functional capacity and authorised the discharge strategy for emergency department patients during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Published a research article investigating the kinematics and effect of different footwear on squat movements, contributing to the understanding of optimal footwear choices for athletic performance
  • Volunteered as an English teacher for underprivileged students in Peru.

Outside of Nous

Prior to joining Nous, Philip worked as a Physical Therapist at Toronto General Hospital, ensuring safe and effective patient discharges. He also worked as a Healthcare Analytics Project Coordinator for the University of Toronto Mobility Network, where he led strategic decision-making for its mobility application.

Philip holds a Master of Management Analytics and a Master of Science from the University of Toronto.

In his spare time...

Philip enjoys spending time golfing with friends, watching football and going to concerts.


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