Dr. Genetha Anne Gray is a data scientist in the Talent Intelligence & Analytics organization at Intel Corporation where she analyzes talent supply chains, career progression, and representation of women and underrespresented minorities. Before joining Intel in 2014, Genetha spent almost 12 years as a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Labs in Livermore, CA. There, she has worked on problems related to the electrical and mechanical engineering of systems, the environment such as the storage of nuclear waste and groundwater remediation, and energy including renewables integration and grid operations. She has a Ph.D. in Computational & Applied Mathematics from Rice University and specializes in analytics techniques for decision making under uncertainty including optimization, data fusion techniques, model validation, and uncertainty quantification. She has co-authored more than 20 research publications, given more than 50 presentations at conferences and at universities, and is active within INFORMS and many of the NSF-funded mathematical research institutes. Genetha is also the co-author of a text book on environmental modeling that is due out this spring.