18-21 March 2019

Houston, USA

Speakers

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Jim Claunch
VP Operational Excellence
Equinor

Jim Claunch is currently Vice President of Business Efficiency for Development and Production International in Equinor.  He joined Equinor in 2009 as Vice President of Global Business Services in the Houston office and subsequently held VP of HR positions in Norway and in Houston. He has over 30 years of experience in the energy sector including 14 years of international experience serving in various financial and shared services roles. Prior to joining Equinor, Jim’s roles included:

  • Managing Director of Growth Capital Partner’s Energy Group in the Merchant Bank’s Houston office.
  • CFO and CIO of Power Well Services (PWS), a global oilfield services  company controlled by First Reserve.  PWS was put together via six acquisitions and later sold to Expro International Group PLC.
  • Sr. Vice President of Shared Services and IT at Intercontinental Hotels Group.
  • Vice President of Global Shared Services for Halliburton Energy Group, where he had global responsibility for accounting, communications, finance, HR, procurement, quality and IT functions.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

15.35 | Keynote: Gaining Buy-In and Building Trust to Fully Leverage the Power of Data Analytics

Julie Nguyen
Solution Architect - Upstream
BP

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

13.20 | Use Case 6 – Ingesting and Leveraging Upstream Data in a Data Lake

Detlef Hohl
Chief Scientist Computation & Data Science
Shell

Detlef Hohl is Shell’s Chief Scientist for Computational and Data Science. He studied chemistry (MSc) at Technical University of Munich, and holds a PhD in theoretical physics from Technical University of Aachen. Detlef spent 2 years as postdoctoral researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Dept. of Physics and NCSA). Before joining Shell, he was senior scientist at the German National Laboratory Forschungszentrum Jülich. Detlef started at Shell’s Houston Bellaire Technology Center in seismic imaging and inversion research, then was R&D team leader for Quantitative Reservoir Management and later Shell’s R&D General Manager Computation and Modeling. Detlef is adjunct professor at Rice University (Earth Sciences and Computational and Applied Math), and visiting scholar at the UK National data science laboratory Alan Turing Institute. He held various temporary and visiting positions at SISSA Trieste, NIST and Stanford University and is co-author of 60 reviewed journal and proceedings publications in condensed matter physics, astrophysics, chemistry, petroleum engineering, earth sciences and computer science.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

08.50 | Upskilling the Business-Side to Take the Lead on Analytics Initiatives

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

09.00 | Panel Discussion: Taking the Application of Machine Learning to New Upstream Areas

David Fulford
Sr. Staff Reservoir Engineer, Exploration Evaluation
Apache

David S. Fulford is a Sr. Staff Reservoir Engineer, Exploration Evaluation, at Apache Corporation.  He has 12 years of industry experience with Apache and, previously, Devon Energy.  His current work focuses on portfolio modeling and real options-based project characterization for long-term capital guidance, which incorporates production surveillance, stochastic modeling, risk & uncertainty quantification, and estimation de-biasing & calibration.  Fulford earned a BS in petroleum engineering from Texas Tech University in 2006, and is currently pursuing an MS in petroleum engineering at Texas A&M.  He has authored 8 technical papers, and served on the URTeC program selection committee for the past 3 years.  Fulford is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), Society of Petroleum Evaluation Engineers (SPEE), and Society of Decision Professionals (SDP).

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

16.15 | Chair’s Closing Remarks

11.00 | It’s (Not) Hip to be Square: Re-thinking Model Design to Overcome Data Challenges

08.00 | Chair Opening Remarks

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

15.30 | Chair’s Closing Remarks

08.10 | Chair Opening Remarks

Christian Noll
Geoscience Manager
Anadarko

Christian Noll is a geoscientist with over 20 years of petroleum industry experience that has spanned fields and basins across Australia, East and West Africa, the Middle East, Europe, North and South America. He has enjoyed a wide range of roles throughout his career, including near-field exploration, field development planning and optimization, field appraisal planning and production. Christian has specialized in integrated core, log and seismic-based reservoir characterization, with a particular focus on deepwater and shallow marine depositional systems, as well as geologic modeling for volumetric estimation, model-based uncertainty quantification and performance prediction. He has occupied a number of leadership roles in an array of multi-disciplinary development and production teams, and is currently leading an applied research and development team of petrophysicists, geologists, geophysicists, geomechanics and completions experts. The team partners closely with exceptional Data Scientists, our various onshore unconventional and deepwater offshore asset teams and Technology groups within Anadarko to collaboratively develop and deploy the advanced analytical solutions that will ultimately contribute to the digital transformation of geoscience interpretation within our organization.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

09.00 | Panel Discussion: Taking the Application of Machine Learning to New Upstream Areas

Andrea Cortis
Chief Data Scientist
Pioneer Natural Resources

Andrea Cortis received his PhD in Geophysics from Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands) in 2002 with a dissertation on Biot's theory of dynamic permeability of porous media.Previous to that, in 1997, he received a Laurea in Civil Hydraulic Engineering from the Universita' degli Studi di Cagliari (Italy), and in 1994 a Master's degreein Fluid Dynamics and Transport Phenomena from the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers of Bordeaux (France).Andrea spent three years as a postdoctoral fellow at the Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) working on anomalous transport and nanomaterials for groundwater remediation, and then moved to the USA as a postodoctoral fellow at University of California, Davis. He spent seven years as Career Scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory working on a wide range of geoscience problems. After this academic experience, Andrea moved to the private sector working for several service companies and start-ups: he currently works as Chief Data Scientist for Pioneer Natural Resources. Andrea's scientific interests are not exclusively confined to Data Science and Artificial Intelligence problems, and he has made significant contributions to the problems of multi-scale transport phenomena in heterogeneous porous media, seismic propagation, and deterministic modeling of chaotic data.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

09.40 | Panel Discussion: Exploring the Nuances of Subsurface Analytics: Unveiling Emerging Opportunities

Alex de Sousa
Head of Business IT
Equinor

Alex De Sousa (Head of IT – Equinor US) is an IT professional with more than 20 years in the Oil and Gas business, serving technical, non-technical, and leadership roles in sales, services, and operations. Passionate about the use of technology to enable others meet and exceed their goals, Alex has dedicated his career to help companies build strong technology portfolios with an end-to-end value perspective.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

08.10 | Opening Keynote: Taking an Enterprise-Wide Approach to Data-Driven Upstream Decision-Making

Brent Haas
Vice President Engineering
R Lacy

Brent Haas graduated from Texas A&M with a BSc. degree in Chemical Engineering in 2012. He spent the first 11 years of his career working for Haas Petroleum Engineering Services (independent consulting firm) as a reservoir engineer.  His work at Haas included preparation of field studies and reserves reports for public and private oil and gas companies.  He has experience working in reservoirs across the lower 48 with an expertise in unconventional resources.  In 2014 he accepted a position as V.P. of Engineering at R. Lacy Services (an East Texas E&P company established in 1946).  His responsibilities at R. Lacy include internal reserves analysis, development planning, and A&D evaluation.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

09.00 | Panel Discussion: Taking the Application of Machine Learning to New Upstream Areas

Stephen Taylor
Reporting, Analytics & Data Management Manager
Devon Energy

Stephen Taylor is the Global Head of Technology for Analytics, Reporting, Integration, and Software Engineering at Devon Energy Corporation. Over the last 25 years, Stephen has led companies through transformations and created sustainable competitive advantage, through innovative applications of advanced analytics, data management and software engineering. Prior to joining Devon, Stephen has run multiple startups, held leadership positions with companies like Chesapeake, and has delivered on critical programs for companies like ConocoPhillips, Target, and Pfizer. Mr. Taylor received his Bachelor of Science in Management of Information Systems from Oklahoma State University.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

09.30 | Panel Discussion: Fostering IT, Data & Business Collaboration to Drive Maximum Value and Actionable Insights from Upstream Data

Jay Hollingsworth
Chief Technology Officer
Energistics

Jay Hollingsworth is Chief Technology Officer for Energistics®. In this role, he is responsible for the technical adequacy of the standards stewarded by the organization, including WITSML™, PRODML™, and RESQML™ among others. Jay has a BS plus post-graduate studies in Chemical Engineering at Tulane University in New Orleans. In addition, he attended graduate school in Computer Science at University of Texas in Dallas. As his career advanced as an Environmental and Process Engineer, he focused on technical computing – first as a consultant and then for 20 years at Mobil Oil. At Mobil he was responsible for the data model of their FINDER global master data store and the suite of engineering applications in global use. After leaving ExxonMobil, he spent time in Landmark’s data modeling group before settling at Schlumberger. He spent 10 years at Schlumberger where he was responsible for the data modeling group and was the Portfolio manager for the Seabed database technology. After Schlumberger, he was an Industry Principal at Oracle®, focusing on oil & gas solutions. Jay is active in numerous industry organizations, including APSG, ISO, SPE and SEG. He was a Technical Editor of the SPE Microcomputer Journal and is currently on the Board of the SPE Digital Energy Technical Section. He was a long-time member of the Board of Directors of PPDM™ and served as past president of APSG.

Pre-Conference Analytics Skills Workshop Day

Monday, March 18

14.15 | Real Time Data Processing as a Tool for Competitive Advantage

Joshua Flowers
Market Intelligence Manager
Chevron

Joshua Flowers leads the Market Intelligence group within Chevron’s Corporate Procurement/Supply Chain Management function.  In his role, Joshua is responsible for leading Chevron’s Procurement/Supply Chain Market Intelligence group in the development, deployment and maintenance of enterprise standard methodology, processes and tools to incorporate market information/data on future market trend on key commodities, categories, and services for inputs into Chevron’s annual strategic plan, business plan guidelines, and category management.  His group incorporates multiple internal, external, and operational data platforms into an analytics platform that leads Chevron’s digital innovation strategy that drives cost management activities around benchmarking, cost modelling, forecasting, and total cost of ownership analysis. Joshua received his bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.  His 23 years of experience in Procurement/Supply Chain began at Ford Motor Company, prior to his past 16 years with Chevron in numerous roles of increasing responsibility both domestically and internationally.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

08.20 | Opening Presentation: Identifying Opportunities & Developing an Action Plan to Advance Data Analytics in Existing & Novel Areas

Jaijith Sreekantan
Senior Data Scientist
Schlumberger

Pre-Conference Analytics Skills Workshop Day

Monday, March 18

09.00 | Leveraging Machine Learning in the Field

Rob Klenner
Principal Geoscientist
Energy & Environmental Research Center

Rob Klenner is a Principal Geoscientist at the EERC, where he leads geological evaluations for CO2 enhanced oil recovery (EOR), CO2 storage, and unconventional hydrocarbon recovery projects and geomodeling and simulation efforts. He holds M.S. and B.S. degrees in Geology from UND. Prior to his current position at the EERC, Mr. Klenner served as a Senior Geoscientist with Baker Hughes, a GE Company, where he was the reservoir analytics leader, creating subsurface machine learning solutions and services. Prior to that, he served as Lead Geoscientist with GE Global Research, where he was a key member of the team that initiated the reservoir program at the Oil and Gas Technology Center. He also served as a Geoscientist at the EERC and a Geophysicist Intern at The Geysers, the world's largest geothermal field, for Calpine Corporation. Mr. Klenner's principal areas of interest and expertise include reservoir modeling, petrophysics, unconventional resources, petroleum geology, geothermal energy, machine learning, and commercialization of research and development. He has authored or coauthored publications in the fields of CO2 storage, EOR, geothermal energy, and machine learning solutions for upstream oil and gas.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

13.20 | Use Case 1 - The Creation of Intelligent Monitoring Systems for Improved Operational Decisions

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

09.40 | Panel Discussion: Exploring the Nuances of Subsurface Analytics: Unveiling Emerging Opportunities

Michael Yoho
Innovation and Transformation
CNX

Michael Yoho hails from Pittsburgh, Pa where he currently serves as the Operational Technology Lead for CNX’s Innovation and Transformation Team. Michael serves as the confluence of data, automation, control, process, and technology. Michael has been an integral part in changing CNX from a legacy coal company into a 154-year-old startup company. During Michael’s 18-year career with CNX and legacy companies, Michael has served roles with CNX’s Coal Operations, SCM, E&P IT, E&P Operations, Big Data Team, Data Governance Board, RTOC and PMO Teams. Displaying a profound passion for value transformations he was the originator of CNX’s Well Head Production Control Room, Big Data Team, Operational Technology Team and Data Governance Board. Michael holds degrees form West Virginia University and the University of Pittsburgh and continues to enrich his knowledge through classes at Carnegie Mellon’s Tepper School of Business.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

09.30 | Panel Discussion: Fostering IT, Data & Business Collaboration to Drive Maximum Value and Actionable Insights from Upstream Data

Melinda East
Leader Data Quality & Management
Equinor

Melinda East is currently the Head of Data Quality & Management for Development & Production International business unit in Equinor.  Her career in data began over 20 years ago, and has always been rooted in the energy industry.  Her formal education is in Geoscience and Geomodel creation, although the last 7 years of her career have been in leadership.  She’s been based in both Canada and the US for Shell, Apache, Petro-Canada, Suncor, and now Statoil which recently changed their name to Equinor. She’s had the opportunity to work in different business areas and functions within the Energy industry but has found the highest impact of my contributions to be focused in evaluating, establishing and implementing fit-for-purpose data strategies with data integrity and integration at the core.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

08.10 | Opening Keynote: Taking an Enterprise-Wide Approach to Data-Driven Upstream Decision-Making

Ari Mitra
Exploration Manager
ConocoPhillips

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

09.40 | Panel Discussion: Exploring the Nuances of Subsurface Analytics: Unveiling Emerging Opportunities

Amii Bean
Engineering Tech Manager
Enervest Operating

Amii Bean has been in data management in the oil and gas industry for over 14 years now. She started her career out as a tech for BP GOMWells. After 7 years at BP she moved on to Occidental Petroleum where she managed drilling and completions data for their Bakken asset. Later, she moved over to Apache to support the WorldWide Exploration Group training personnel and managing the exploration data for drilling and completions. Now she manages the drilling and completions data technicians for EnerVest Operating, LLC. She is also the administrator for drilling and completions applications and acts as the liaison between engineering and information technology. Amii has Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing and Management from Lamar University and is currently working on her Masters in Information and Communications Technology from Denver University with a focus on Database Design and Administration.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

09.30 | Panel Discussion: Fostering IT, Data & Business Collaboration to Drive Maximum Value and Actionable Insights from Upstream Data

Reza Khaninezhad
Senior Data Scientist
Apache

Dr. Reza Khaninezhad is a Senior Data Scientist at Apache Corporation. He has a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (Minor in Data Sciences and Operations) from University of Southern California and is a researcher, practitioner and educator as well as machine learning developer with over 6 years of practical experience developing and deploying some of the state-of-the-art industrial level artificial intelligence systems.  He has authored more than 30 journal and conference papers focused on geo-statistical imaging and stochastic inverse modeling and holds three pending international and U.S. domestic patent applications in computer vision and deep learning. He also serves as technical editor in some of the prominent remote-sensing and imaging as well as petroleum engineering journals. As Principal Data Scientist at Panton Inc, he built and deployed a fully automated object recognition system for aerial imaging using convolutional deep learning models. He has also developed several virtual reality products ranging from stereo-3D mapping to real-time human tracking systems. As a Senior Data Scientist at Apache Corporation, he is involved in development of augmented and artificial intelligence systems that automate, accelerate and guide subject matter experts’ decision-making workflows. He is also responsible for building efficient pipelines for deploying machine learning solutions. Automation and integration of disparate workflows as well as knowledge extraction from uncommon patterns in data are the main motivator for his current hobby of building automated algorithmic trading recommender systems.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

15.00 | Use Case 3 - A Journey from Unsupervised to Supervised Learning

Christine Miesner
Manager E&P Data Management
Devon Energy

Christine Miesner is an Enterprise Architect at Devon Energy.  She has 20+ years of experience in various aspects of data governance, data architecture, business process, and application design and development.   She has worked with multiple industries upstream oil and gas, telecommunications and the software industry.  Her data experience is very diverse covering both business and technical areas.  She has been instrumental in Devon’s transformation to a data driven culture.

Jonathan Luquette
Business Intelligence Team Lead
Chevron

Jonathan Luquette leads the business intelligence team within Chevron’s corporate Procurement function. In his role, he is responsible for enabling advanced benchmarking, cost modelling, forecasting, and total cost of ownership analysis by incorporating multiple ERP systems and operational data platforms into a single analytics platform that drives Chevron’s digital innovation strategy. Jonathan has a strong engineering background with a professional certification focused in logistics, materials, and supply chain management and is skilled in big data management, analytical strategies and systems, cost management, and category management. Chevron is one of the world’s largest integrated energy companies producing safe, reliable energy now and for the future. Chevron’s success is driven by its people and their commitment to getting results the right way – by operating responsibly, executing with excellence, applying innovative technologies and capturing new opportunities for profitable growth.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

08.20 | Opening Presentation: Identifying Opportunities & Developing an Action Plan to Advance Data Analytics in Existing & Novel Areas

Kevin Moran
Data Management and Business Analytics
CNX

Kevin Moran is a veteran BI and Analytics professional with successful implementation experience in multiple platforms and toolsets in the utility, energy and consumer products industries.  Along with more than fifteen years of data warehousing and analytics, Kevin brings a unique perspective gained from projects in these very different industries. Kevin is an active and open networker who enjoys hearing about other people’s analytics successes, connecting for idea sharing and can be found on LinkedIn, https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-d-moran/.

Jarle Husebo
Leader Digital Business Solutions
Equinor

Jarle Husebø is the leader for Digital Business Solutions in Equinor Development and Production International. He is responsible for developing and deploying new digital systems for the business including the Integrated Remote Operations Centers (IROC) for Equinor’s Global Unconventionals business. He has worked for Equinor for 10 years in both operational and technology development positions, and has lead several projects in Europe, Asia and USA. Jarle has a Masters in petroleum technology and a Ph.D. in reservoir physics from the University of Bergen, Norway.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

08.10 | Opening Keynote: Taking an Enterprise-Wide Approach to Data-Driven Upstream Decision-Making

Kevin Boudreaux
Consulting Environmental Scientist
Enervest Operating

Kevin J. Boudreaux is a consultant, based out of the DFW area, who provides services and specializes in the EHS & Information Management Space. Mr. Boudreaux has more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, with 17 years focused on data management and environmental compliance. Mr. Boudreaux's primary specialty in the environmental sector is air emissions and compliance. He has worked for multiple Upstream & Midstream Clients and has provided Regulatory Determinations, Air Emission Inventories, Compliance Assessments, State and Federal Permitting, Software Implementations and Regulatory Program Development. Additionally, Mr. Boudreaux owned and operated a fleet of mobile FTIR-based emission testing labs specializing on testing of Stationary Emission Sources.

Meena Thandavarayan
Enterprise Architect - Data and Analytics
BP

Meena Thandavarayan  is an adaptive and creative Information Management leader passionate about delivering human-centered experiences.  His focus is on designing and delivering data driven business solutions to enable organizations derive value from their data assets – Information Products, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. In his role at BP, Meena is responsible for the defining the strategy and architecture of BP’s operational and analytical environments working closely with Business, IT and Industry leading product vendors.  Prior to BP, Meena was a practice lead for AI and Automation with Infosys delivering Fluid and transformational AI and Data science platforms for fortune 500 clients. Meena is a connector, design thinker and an active speaker in international conferences.  His passion is coaching, giving back to the community.  He spends his weekends helping Middle and High school kids with SAT preparation, Programming and Junior Achievement.  

Pre-Conference Analytics Skills Workshop Day

Monday, March 18

11.15 | Developing Predictive Analytics Skills & Capabilities

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

11.40 | Optimizing the Opportunity of Data Science in the Upstream Environment

Jay Parashar
Principal Data Scientist - Advanced Analytics
Schlumberger

Jay Parashar is a Principal Data Scientist - Advanced Analytics at Schlumberger. He comes from an Informational Technology background with over 20 years of experience across various domains and industries. He has worked for diverse industries and delivered applications ranging from complex algorithmic modules, to high traffic websites and application integration. He is passionate about Data Science and building high productivity applications that fulfills business goals. At Schlumberger, he is part of the Advanced Analytics team involved in building predictive models covering Operation Efficiency, People Productivity, Asset Analytics, PHM, Sales and Operation Planning and Supply Chain Optimization to name a few.

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

13.55 | Use Case 2 - Machine and Deep Learning for Real-Time Predictive Maintenance of Frac Pumps

Christopher Olsen
Data Scientist
ConocoPhillips

Dr. Christopher Olsen has been working as a Data Scientist at ConocoPhillips for the past 2 years and before that as a Petrophysicist also for ConocoPhillips for 2 years.  Before moving into the oil and gas industry, he previously worked for 7 years in aerospace at the Ad Astra Rocket Company developing advanced plasma propulsion rockets, spaceflight hardware, and conducting zero-gravity experiments to fast track flight hardware.  He received his doctorate and master’s degrees in Experimental Physics from Rice University in Houston Texas, and undergraduate degrees in Physics and Geology from Brigham Young University in Provo Utah.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

11.20 | Use Case 4 - ConocoPhillips’ Canadian Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD) Project

Joseph Pauly
Data Scientist
Pioneer Natural Resources Company

Joseph Pauly received his B.S. in Petroleum Engineering and M.S. In Data Science & Analytics from the University of Oklahoma in 2017 and 2018 respectively. He has experience in various aspects of the upstream oil & gas industry from internships in field and reservoir engineering at Devon Energy to mineral rights acquisitions at Rivercrest Royalties, LLC (predecessor to Kimbell Royalty Partner LP). He is currently a Data Scientist at Pioneer Natural Resources.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

11.50 | Use Case 5 - Leveraging Deep Learning for Improved Predictive Analytics

Ian McNair
Enterprise Architect – Big Data Data Science
BP

Pre-Conference Analytics Skills Workshop Day

Monday, March 18

11.15 | Developing Predictive Analytics Skills & Capabilities

Day One

Tuesday, March 19

11.40 | Optimizing the Opportunity of Data Science in the Upstream Environment

Cenk Ayabakan
Analytics and Reporting Manager
Chevron

Cenk Ayabakan is the Procurement/Supply Chain (PSCM) Analytics and Performance Manager within Chevron’s Corporate PSCM function. Cenk is responsible for supporting the design, development, and deployment of the analytical solutions/tools that

  • leverage internal (to Chevron) and external data sources and
  • transform data to information, information to business insights, and business insights to action.
Cenk’s team engages directly with professionals within or outside of PSCM in business units to gather/identify business requirements in order to, including but not limited to,:
  • offer time- and cost-efficient business solutions by leveraging in-house digital platforms,
  • unearth potential business opportunities, invisible to eye, via advanced analytics
  • devise creative data analysis and visualizations to derive actionable intelligence including prescriptive and predictive modeling,
  • track/identify supply chain related performance metric trends.
Cenk received his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Istanbul Technical University and an MBA in PSCM from North Carolina State University.  He worked nine years in IT industry and has been with Chevron since 2005.

Day Two

Wednesday, March 20

08.20 | Opening Presentation: Identifying Opportunities & Developing an Action Plan to Advance Data Analytics in Existing & Novel Areas

Julie Spoth
Director Enterprise Data Analytics
ConocoPhillips

Julie Spoth has been with ConocoPhillips for 15 years and has over 25 years’ experience in the Oil & Gas Industry.  She has been in numerous roles within both the Business and IT areas in data/application management, Geospatial and Analytics and is currently the Director of Enterprise Data Analytics within the Analytics Innovation Center of Excellence.