ELEANOR M. STROTZ

Ms. Strotz’s experience includes financial statement analysis, economic modeling, data analysis,
and proficiency in software applications.

Prior to joining Freeman & Mills, Ms. Strotz was also a senior thesis researcher. She studied the impacts California wildfires had on the agricultural industry and its various labor markets. Through extensive economic modeling and data analysis she was able to uncover an average $6,000 loss in individual wages each year that was directly attributed to wildfires. She additionally published her thesis after defending her observations and conclusions to a nine-person panel at the Economics Department. Ms. Strotz also worked for faculty I.T. support as a student. She led a 4-person technologist team and improved help desk resolution time by developing a dual-prong approach to resolving faculty helpdesk issues: improving ticketing operations and developing a faster response. In this position, she also developed operation manuals for Scripps College’s application portfolio while providing technology support to the faculty

Ms. Strotz earned a B.A. in economics from Scripps College.