Dayana Cope, PhD
2021 General Chair
Director, Simulation and Data Analytics
Dayana Cope is an analytics expert and leader with over 15 years of experience evangelizing analytics in a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, entertainment, and transportation. Dayana excels at defining and executing analytics strategy and building analytical organizations that are customer and client centric. Before joining Engineering USA, Dayana led the advanced analytics group at Disney Parks, Experiences and Products. Dayana obtained a PhD, MS and BS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida with a focus in the area of Supply Chain Management and Simulation Modeling and Analysis.
Zahir Balaporia, CAP
Senior Director, Solutions Consulting
Joining the FICO team in 2015, Zahir helps clients design solutions for their advanced analytics needs, with a focus on optimization, analytics deployment and change management. He brings 20 years of experience in manufacturing, transportation, logistics and IT, having recently led the advanced analytics team within a $4B company. His work was profiled in the book Only Humans Need Apply – Winners and Losers in the Age of Smart Machines by Tom Davenport and Julia Kirby. Zahir has a BS in Computer Engineering, an MS in Industrial Engineering, and an MS in System Dynamics.
Nathaniel D. Bastian
Chief Artificial Intelligence Architect
DoD Joint Artificial Intelligence Center
Nathaniel D. Bastian, PhD is the Chief Artificial Intelligence Architect at the Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC), where he provides strategic direction and technical leadership for artificial intelligence (AI) activities in direct support of the Office of the DoD Chief Information Officer digital modernization efforts. As a decision analytics professional, his expertise lies in the scientific discovery and translation of actionable insights into effective decisions using algorithms, techniques, tools and technologies from operations research, data science, artificial intelligence, systems engineering, and economics to design, develop, deploy and operationalize intelligent decision-support systems and models for descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics. Nate currently serves on the INFORMS Military and Security Society Council, the INFORMS Advocacy Governance Committee, the MORS Executive Council and Board of Directors as the Vice President for Professional Development, and the DARPA Information Science and Technology Study Group. Nate also serves as an Affiliated Researcher and Adjunct Professor at several universities.
Advisor: Analytics, Strategy & Execution
Tudor Bodea is an independent advisor who covers strategy and execution in intense analytics-informed environments. Tudor focuses on the Transportation/Logistics and Hospitality industries. Prior to assuming an advisory role, Tudor was a director of Revenue Optimization Innovation in the Distribution and Revenue Management Strategy Department at the InterContinental Hotels Group in Atlanta, GA. In that role, Tudor was responsible for the identification and exploitation of revenue/profit opportunities using research techniques from such study areas as operations research, economics and psychology. Tudor has published scientific papers in such journals as Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Transportation Research and Transportation. He is the co-author of the books Segmentation, Revenue Management and Pricing Analytics and Pricing Segmentation and Analytics. Tudor earned his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology with an emphasis on choice modeling, transportation systems, logistics and statistics. He holds an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an M.S. and B.S. in Transportation Systems from the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
Alan Briggs, CAP
Alan Briggs has a wide breadth of experience researching, teaching, and implementing machine learning, data science, and advanced analytics solutions. After nearly ten years in engineering at UPS, Mr. Briggs completed a master’s degree in logistics engineering from North Carolina State University. Building on his graduate work in metaheuristic optimization, he transitioned out of the commercial world and began working as a government contractor in the greater Washington DC area. With experience at several well-regarded analytics consultancies, Mr. Briggs has worked on dozens of analytics projects during every phase of the process, from business and analytic problem framing, to data management, methodology selection, model building, all the way through to deployment and life-cycle management. He has built and led teams of software engineers and data scientists working on complex, high-impact problems. Additionally, Mr. Briggs has worked for several software vendors, providing technical assistance and leadership to sales organizations.
Outside of the office, Mr. Briggs has contributed thought leadership in a number of different ways. He has taught analytics sessions, workshops, and courses through various professional organizations, as well as multiple colleges and universities. He has published a book chapter on the practice of analytics, and developed numerous blog posts, white papers, and conference presentations. He is actively involved in the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS), where he is president-elect of the 2,500 person Analytics Society, and has held several leadership and advisory positions. Mr. Briggs has also earned the Certified Analytics Professional designation, an ANSI certified professional certification for proficiency in Operations Research, Advanced Analytics, and Data Science.
Director, Decision Science
Delta Air Lines
Pete joined Delta in 2019 to lead their Decision Science and Meteorology teams. These teams focus on forecasting impacts to airport capacity and building tools to dynamically adjust schedules and resource assignments to best adapt to changing conditions. Since onset of the pandemic, he has lead the tracing and prevention efforts to limit covid-19 spread at Delta. Prior to joining Delta, he spent 15 years leading various analytical teams at Disney. Pete has a MS and PhD in Operations Research from the University of North Carolina, and a BS in Applied Mathematics from Western Michigan University.
Aaron Burciaga, CAP
Aaron Burciaga is a Data Scientist, AI Engineer, author and Advisor. As a seasoned technology and business leader in both startup and enterprise settings, he has focused his career on delivering efficiency and value through automation, data science, machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, quantum computing, and emerging concepts and innovative technologies. His development and implementation of programs and initiatives have enhanced multi-billion dollar programs and operational efficiencies across industries in commercial, federal, and defense.
Aaron’s roles have included CEO DataPrime, CTO at Analytics2Go, Vice President Data Science and AI at Booz Allen Hamilton, Global Analytics Platform Lead at Accenture, and Senior Research Scientist at Elder Research. Before turning his attention to commercial and public sectors, Aaron was a Marine Corps officer and Iraq war veteran and was the head operations research analyst and director of an operations analysis activity at the Pentagon, supporting the Marine Corps Headquarters. He is currently a Marine Reservist, where he supports the Chief Information Officer at Headquarters Marine Corps-Pentagon as Lead Data Technologist.
Aaron is a Forbes contributor, frequently invited keynote and speaker, and Certified Analytics Professional (CAP). Aaron received his M.S. Operations Research from the Naval Postgraduate School and his B.S. from the US Naval Academy.
People Insights Senior Manager
Rob Dees is currently a data and decision science senior manager for the People Insights team at Dell Technologies. The People Insights team provides people analytics to support people decisions by the CHRO and Human Resources Leadership Team at Dell. This includes strategy consulting, decision support, data science, dashboard building, and management of the HR data lake. Rob’s specific area of technical expertise is in decision analysis, and he enjoys helping people make better personal decisions as well as helping organizations make better personnel decisions.
Prior to Dell, Rob spent 20 years in the US Army, where he spent the first 8 years of his career as an Army Infantry officer and the last 12 years as an Operations Research Systems Analysis (ORSA) officer. While an ORSA officer, Rob focused on people analytics through decision science, most notably winning the Barchi Prize from the Military Operations Research Society (MORS) as the creator of the WholeSoldier talent management system. Additionally, he developed a similar system for the Mayo Clinic called WholeSurgeon. Rob spent 3 years as an assistant professor in the Department of Systems Engineering at West Point and has published articles in the INFORMS Decision Analysis Journal. Rob holds a BS in Engineering Management from West Point, a MS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Texas A&M, and a MS in Risk Analysis and Decision Making from the University of Texas at Austin.
Senior Data and Analytics Strategy Advisor
Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Shaun Doheney is a Senior Data and Analytics Strategy Advisor at Amazon Web Services (AWS) with experience as a Chief Analytics Officer for an Inc. 5000 company. Shaun is the Vice President-elect for the INFORMS Military and Security Society and is actively involved on multiple INFORMS committees where he leverages his experiences over from his career as a Marine Corps officer and Operations Researcher to give back to the public sector analytics communities. Shaun holds a BS in Mathematics from California State University, Long Beach; an MS in Operations Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School; and a Graduate Certificate in Data Analytics from George Mason University. Shaun is an INFORMS Certified Analytics Professional (CAP®), Analytics Capability Evaluation (ACE®) Coach, and a Project Management Institute-certified Project Management Professional (PMP®).
Director, Data Science
Manish Garg currently holds the position of Director, Data Science at WestRock Company in the Atlanta metro area. He is responsible for a team of data scientists that develops solutions applying mathematical optimization and machine learning for business units across WestRock.
Manish has over 15 years of experience in applying operations research techniques to support executives and organizations in making better, data-driven decisions. He has been an active member of INFORMS since 2002. During this time, he has attended and presented his research work at a number of INFORMS conferences and reviewed papers for journals.
Col. Andrew O. Hall
Associate Professor of Cybersecurity and Data Science
Col. Andrew O. Hall, PhD is an Associate Professor of Cybersecurity and Data Science at Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. He was most recently the Director of the Army Cyber Institute at West Point where he directed and oversaw research, leader development and partnership efforts in the cyber domain. He studied computer science at West Point, applied mathematics at the Naval Postgraduate School, and operations research at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. In addition to his nine years on the faculty at West Point, he has served in infantry and artillery units and on the Army Staff and the Joint Staff in the Pentagon.
Manager, Data Science & Research Group, Employee Success Strategy & Analytics (ESSA) Team
Dr. Genetha Anne Gray manages the Data Science & Research group of the Employee Success Strategy & Analytics (ESSA) team at Salesforce. ESSA focuses on optimizing the employee experience through the use of data, and Genetha and her team study problems related to geographically dispersed teams, employee benefits and well-being, immersion of acquired companies, and pay equity. Previously, she was an analytics research scientist at Intel Corporation where she worked on both engineering and people analytics applications including modeling the changing representation of women in the workforce. Prior to joining Intel, Genetha spent 12 years as a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Labs in Livermore, CA. There, she worked on problems related to the electrical and mechanical engineering of systems, the storage of nuclear waste, groundwater remediation, cyber security, and energy including renewables integration and grid operations. She has a Ph.D. in Computational & Applied Mathematics from Rice University and is the co-author of numerous research publications including a text book on environmental modeling. Genetha also volunteers with groups working to improve mathematical modeling education and mentors women studying mathematics.
As Senior Advisor at Princeton Consultants, Dr. Higbie advises clients on optimization model formulation and solution architecture. Prior to Princeton Consultants Jon Served as Chief Science Officer for Revenue Analytics where he was responsible for company’s science and innovation efforts, including analytic product development. Before Revenue Analytics Dr. Higbie served as Chief Scientist for JDA Software and on the faculty of the College of Management at Georgia Tech.
Dr. Higbie is particularly known for his groundbreaking work in the hospitality and advertising industries. He has been recognized for his contributions to the science of group Revenue Management, real-time price management, and large-scale network optimization for companies such as ABC Television Network, The Coca-Cola Company, Ford Motor Company, InterContinental Hotels Group, Marriott International and Delta Air Lines.
Mani Janakiram has been with Intel for 19 years and has managed several strategic projects in factory operations, capacity planning, process control, analytics, strategy, supplier management, IOT, factory science and supply chain. His 25 years of experience includes Automotive and Aerospace industries. Prior to Intel, he worked at Honeywell and Motorola in operations, strategy, systems, analytics, manufacturing, research, planning, etc. He is located in Gilbert, AZ.
Mani has two patents and has published 75+ papers on supply chain, statistical modeling, capacity modeling, data mining, Lean Six Sigma, factory operations research and process control. Mani is an adjunct professor at Arizona State University, school of Supply Chain/Business and is also a visiting lecturer at MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics. He is an accomplished speaker and also serves on several committees including, AZ Tech Council, ASU Network Value Chain, MIT CTL, Informs, APICS, CSMCP, etc. Mani holds a PhD in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Arizona State University and an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management. He is a recognized Six Sigma Master Black Belt and also an APICS certified supply chain professional (CSCP). Recently he was recognized by Drexel University and CIO.com as one of the Top 50 Analytics Executives.
Tarun Mohan Lal
Vice President, Analytics & Operations Excellence
Atrium Navicent Health
Tarun Mohan Lal is an experienced healthcare leader with 10+ years of experience in engineering, analytics and healthcare administration with a passion for digitization and innovation in healthcare.
Currently, Tarun serves as the Vice President, Analytics and Operations Excellence at Atrium Navicent Health where provides oversight to the analytics, performance improvement, patient experience and organizational development functions across the system of care. Prior to this role, Tarun spent 8 years at Mayo Clinic in varying leadership roles including analytics, research, strategic planning and service line operations.
Originally from India, Tarun has his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from the Manipal University, India, Master of Science in Industrial engineering from Texas A&M University, College Station and Doctorate in System Science and Industrial Engineering from State University of New York.
Tarun is a highly valued professional in healthcare industry and was recently named a Diplomate by Society for Health Systems. He was appointed as the Assistant Professor of Healthcare Systems Engineering and Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration by Mayo Clinic College of Medicine for his academic and research contributions. National Academy of Engineering/ Discover-E in 2014 named Tarun as one of the 13 New Faces of Engineering, and he recognized by the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering in 2017 as an Outstanding Early Career Young Professional in Industry. He is also author of several publications on the topic of analytics, is a seasoned industry speaker and has serves on several advisory boards.
Tarun in the midst of COVID-19, is helping his organization in the capacity of Chief of Planning on the Incident command center by providing data driven analysis.
Global Quantitative Science & Commercial Analytics
James Mansfield is a Data Scientist and Commercial Leader. As a global business leader, he combines a commercial expertise and global experience to develop analytics functions within organizations addressing complex, critical business issues in the healthcare and consumer industries. James’ direct management and collaborative cross functional leadership continues to build consultative relationships and analytic vision which motivates analytic teams to make great impact. James’ early career experiences in international strategic marketing, sales and operational excellence have fostered his “storytelling style” when conveying insights and strategic direction to commercial partners. James’ career has been focused in the pharmaceutical, biotech, over-the-counter, consumer package goods, media and financial services industries. Areas of Expertise include Analytic Team Development, Predictive Analytics, HEOR, Change Management, Decision/Data Sciences, Marketing/SFE, Business Insights, Qual/Quant Research, Customer Engagement, Commercial Analytics, Machine Learning/AI, Six Sigma/Project Management, Infection Disease predictions including COVID.
James currently leads Global Quantitative Science & Commercial Analytics for Merck’s ~$3BN Hospital Acute Care products. Prior to Merck, James led North America & Global Insights & Analytics Commercial initiatives for GlaxoSmithKline. Post graduate school and prior to GSK, James was a Management Consultant with ZS Associates, Nielsen Company, IQVIA, PA Consulting and Express Scripts. James spent his early career at AbbVie and Johnson & Johnson as a District Sales Manager, Brand Marketing Manager, Hospital Specialty Sales Representative, Sales Representative and Marketing Communications Associate.
James received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and BS in Biology & Spanish from Villanova. James is Black Belt Certified in Six Sigma from Rutgers University Lockheed Martin partnership program. James is a certified Project Management Professional. James continues to advance his analytics skills from SPSS, SAS Programming Certified, Data Scientist certifications to Python, R and AWS cloud. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimmansfield2/
Scott Nestler, CAP
Director, MS in Business Analytics Program, Associate Teaching Professor
Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame
Scott Nestler, PhD, CAP, PStat, is an associate teaching professor in the Department of Information Technology, Analytics and Operations (ITAO), Mendoza College of Business, at the University of Notre Dame, where he leads the MS in Business Analytics program. He was also the first Chair of the INFORMS Analytics Certification Board (ACB).
Darla Moore School of Business, University Of South Carolina
Dr. Pelin Pekgün is an associate professor of management science in the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. Her research interests include applications of management science and operations research in pricing and revenue management, supply chain management, marketing/operations interface and humanitarian operations. Prior to joining academia, she led the operations research team in North America at JDA Software’s Pricing and Revenue Management Group, where she worked in various projects in retail, hospitality, passenger travel and other leisure industries. Her work with the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group on stay night price optimization was a finalist for the 2012 INFORMS Franz Edelman Award and the 2013 INFORMS Revenue Management and Pricing Section Practice Award. She currently serves as an Associate Editor for INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics and Decision Sciences Journal, as the VP of Membership and Professional Recognition in the INFORMS Board of Directors, and as a Board member for the INFORMS Section on Practice. Dr. Pekgün holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in industrial and systems engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, and B.S. and M.S. degrees in industrial engineering from Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey.
Associate Dean, The Graduate College
Director, Analytics and Data Science Institute
Kennesaw State University
Dr. Priestley is the Associate Dean of The Graduate College and the Director of the Analytics and Data Science Institute at Kennesaw State University. In 2012, the SAS Institute recognized Dr. Priestley as the 2012 Distinguished Statistics Professor of the Year. She served as the 2012 and 2015 Co-Chair of the National Analytics Conference. Datanami recognized Dr. Priestley as one of the top 12 “Data Scientists to Watch in 2016.”
She architected the first Ph.D. Program in Data Science, which launched in February 2015.
Dr. Priestley has been a featured speaker at SAS Analytics, SAS Global Forum, Big Data Week, Technology Association of Georgia, Data Science ATL, The Atlanta Chief Data Officer Summit, The Atlanta CEO Council, Predictive Analytics World, INFORMS and dozens of corporate events addressing issues related to advanced analytics and the challenges and opportunities of “Big Data”. She is a member of the Advisory Board for the Southern Data Science Conference and Flock Specialty Finance.
She has authored dozens of articles on Binary Classification, Risk Modeling, Sampling, Statistical Methodologies for Problem Solving and Applications of Big Data Analytics.
Prior to receiving a Ph.D. in Statistics, Dr. Priestley worked in the Financial Services industry for 11 years. Her positions included Vice President of Business Development for VISA EU in London, as well as for MasterCard US and an analytical consultant with Accenture’s strategic services group.
Dr. Priestley received a Ph.D. from Georgia State, an MBA from The Pennsylvania State University, where she was president of the graduate student body, and a BS from Georgia Tech. She holds two SAS Certifications – Base Programming and Statistical Business Analyst.
Analytics, Strategic & Organizational Consultant
NMP Consulting, LLC
Nancy’s journey in Revenue Management and Pricing began over 20 years ago spanning a diverse cross section of industries including hotel, rental car, airline, cargo, retail, transportation, and b2b contracts. Her career includes user training, change management, system design, and system implementation. Implementation design focused on creating long-term strategies to support blending the needs of business, technical, and analytic teams, while ensuring long-term sustainable and maintainable systems. Nancy received an MS in Operations Research from Stanford and a BS in Applied Mathematics from University of North Texas.
The MITRE Corporation
Les Servi is Chief Scientist at The MITRE Corporation. At MITRE he contributed to a diversity of areas including the Cyber Operations Research and Heath Analytics and runs a Decision Analytics Group. In addition he was a technical advisor to some government programs to help select, monitor, and/or make recommendations to redirect recipients of government funding. He started the new Social Media Analysis subdivision of INFORMS, helped start the Telecommunication subdivision and is currently the Boston INFORMS chair. He is a member of the Board of Directors of MORS (Military Operations Research Society). He is a former member of two Defense Science Board task forces, a former member of the Board of Directors of INFORMS for 6 years, a former chair of the Applied Probability subdivision and the Telecommunication subdivision and is a Fellow of INFORMS. He has been an editor of Operations Research, Management Science, and INFORMS Journal on Computing. He previously worked at Bell Laboratories and GTE (now Verizon) Laboratories pursuing telecommunication research, served as a visiting scientist at Harvard University and MIT, and worked at MIT Lincoln Lab in the areas of military communication and ISR. He has an extensive publication record with five papers having more than 20 citations and was awarded 10 patents as a result of his operations research analysis. He earned an Sc.B and Sc.M. in Applied Mathematics from Brown University and an M.S. and Ph. D. from Harvard University.
Gary Summers is president of Pipeline Physics LLC, a research and consulting boutique that helps pharmaceutical companies glean more value from drug development. His research focuses on resolving uncertainty and evaluating portfolio management from results and historical data. His designs for computer simulations that teach portfolio management received U.S. patents 6,236,955; 6,408,263 and 7,349,838. Dr. Summers earned an M.S. and Ph.D. in Management Science from Northwestern University, performed a post-doctoral fellowship at Oregon Graduate Institute (Oregon Health Science University) and was a visiting research professor at Portland State University.
Erick is an independent analytics consultant for Wikalytics, LLC. He earned a B.S. degree in Operations Research and Mathematics from the U.S. Air Force Academy and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Operations Research from the Georgia Institute of Technology. For over 25 years, he has helped his clients within various industries including freight transportation, logistics, heavy equipment manufacturing, oil and gas, retail and agribusiness to make better, data-driven decisions and to achieve improved resultant outcomes. Prior to founding Wikalytics, Dr. Wikum served as an internal and external analytics consultant for the U.S. Air Force, Norfolk Southern, Schneider, IBM and Tata Consultancy Services. Erick is very active within INFORMS and currently serves as president of the 2,500-member Analytics Society and as an Associate Editor of the INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics.
Jim Williams, CAP (Selects Chair)
Retired Analytics Professional
Jim Williams is a retired analytics enthusiast with a passion for implementing significant business impact, by combining curious business acumen, earned trust and helpful analytics methods in the hands of decision makers. He has 38 years of experience as an analytics consultant and supply chain manager. As Sr. Principal Consultant with FICO’s Xpress Optimization team, his role was helping organizations understand the potential of applying optimization and advanced analytic methods to help solve tough business problems in short order. This took form as diagnosing opportunities to help solve their problems, demonstrating capabilities with their data, and framing up training and/or development efforts. Prior to FICO, Jim led the Advanced Analytics team at Land O’Lakes, solving collaborative supply chain challenges in product design, product mix, planning, sourcing, manufacturing and distribution.
Jim has been a member of TIMS and INFORMS since 1983, and a Roundtable representative for FICO and Land O’Lakes from 2006-20. He has served on the INFORMS Membership Committee, the Analytics Maturity Model Committee, the Meetings Committee, the Analytics Conference Advisory Committee, chair of the Analytics Certification Board, and president of the Analytics Society. He served as general chair for the 2013 Analytics Conference.
Jim received a MS degree in Forestry with Operations Research concentration, from the University of Minnesota. He also holds the Certified Analytics Professional credential.
Associate Professor, Department of Engineering
University of Waterloo, Canada
Fatma Gzara is Associate Professor and co-founder of WANOPT, the Waterloo Analytics and Optimization Lab. She holds a Professional Engineering designation in Ontario, Canada. Her primary research interests are in large scale optimization and its applications. Her current research activities focus on data analytics, supply chain management, optimization under uncertainty, and network design for hazardous material transportation, distribution and airline operations. Recently, she is leading several industry collaborations on data analytics funded by federal and provincial grants. Some of her industry collaborators include Bombardier Inc., Navtech Inc., and Dematic Ltd, MedAvail Technologies Inc.. She published work on large scale optimization, optimization under uncertainty, network design and analysis, supply chain management, hazmat transportation, and airline operations planning. Her work appeared in the Journal of Global Optimization, Omega: The International Journal of Management Science, Networks, Computers and Industrial Engineering, and IIE Transactions, among others.
Professor Gzara received a Ph.D. in Management from the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, and M.S. and B.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Bilkent University (Ankara, Turkey) in 1995 and 1997, respectively. She was assistant professor at York University from 2006 to 2009. Prior to that, she held a postdoctoral position at the University of Alberta, School of Business.
Alan Taber, CAP
Systems Engineer Senior Staff
Alan Taber is from Fort Worth where he is a member of the System Design and Requirements group at Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. He has over 15 years of experience variety of increasingly responsible roles, including time in software project management, combat system engineering, and renewable energy. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford, a master’s in System Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, and an MBA from Rutgers-Camden in International Business. He participated in the 2008 INFORMS Professional Colloquium, is co-chair of the CAP Study Guide Committee and study guide editor, and has served as co-chair of the Analytics Conference Poster Session since 2012 and as the INFORMS Professional Colloquium (IPC) chair since 2015.
Matthew Lanham, CAP
Bio to come