Session 5 | YOUAI: Propelling Insights and Actions Through Artificial Intelligence
Booz Allen Hamilton Innovation Center
901 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Thursday, February 27
8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.
- Suzette Kent, Federal Chief Information Officer, Office of Management and Budget
Suzette Kent was appointed by President Trump as the Federal CIO in January of 2018. She joins the government from the private sector where she has been a global leader in large-scale business transformation for over 20 years. Her professional experiences cover a wide spectrum, which includes technology development, mergers and acquisitions and establishing new global industry capabilities. Before taking the role of Federal CIO, Suzette previously served as a principal at EY, partner at Accenture, consulting president at Carreker Corporation and Managing Director at JPMorgan. She has been a frequent speaker in global industry forums, author of leadership editorials and holds multiple patents in finance and banking processes. In her role as the Federal CIO, Mrs. Kent is responsible for all government-wide IT policies and spending. In addition to her daily duties, Mrs. Kent also chairs the Federal CIO Council and the Technology Modernization Fund Board.
- Josh Sullivan, Senior Vice President and Artificial Intelligence Lead, Booz Allen Hamilton
Dr. Josh Sullivan leads Booz Allen’s Analytics practice. Josh drives the vision, strategy, investments, and delivery of complex technology and analytics programs for clients across every industry. He authored the best-selling book The Mathematical Corporation, exploring the role and use of artificial intelligence in business and government. Josh conceived and helped create the Data Science Bowl, the premier worldwide machine learning challenge for social good. Josh is passionate about changing the world by improving how technology and analytics can be applied to advance the nation’s capabilities in cyberspace, healthcare, national intelligence, and delivering services to our citizens. Prior to joining Booz Allen, he served in leadership roles at a software company and in engineering roles within the Federal Government. He is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the Association for Computing Machinery, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance. He previously served on the advisory board of computer science for two major universities.
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