Evelyn Basham is a Treliant Analyst whose professional experience includes statistical data validation and analysis, project management, technical support, and grant writing.

At Treliant, Evelyn has assisted with a variety of engagements. She analyzed the policies and procedures of a national mortgage servicer in relation to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act; performed redlining analytics to evaluate client compliance with federal fair lending standards under the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA), Community Reinvestment Act (CRA), and Reasonably Expected Market Area (REMA) requirements; and conducted HMDA transaction testing for a growing credit union. She also specializes in the preparation and maintenance of project plans.

Prior to joining Treliant, Evelyn was a Technical Support Intern at a financing organization operating under the federal Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program. There, she supported fundraising efforts such as securing a $250,000 private grant; navigating local, state, and federal operation regulations; and implementing a novel customer relationship management (CRM) platform for clients and contractors. In another internship at a large hospital system, she applied her R proficiency to analyze patient data, predict potential health concerns, and provide recommendations for more effective telemedicine.

Evelyn holds a BS in Computational and Applied Mathematics and Statistics from The College of William and Mary, where she received the James Monroe Scholarship for academic excellence and graduated summa cum laude.