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Natalia Summerville

Natalia Summerville is the Director of Applied Data Science in the Strategy and Innovation Division at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Her team develops data analytics products to support hospital strategy and innovations in care delivery, as well as cutting-edge cancer research.

Rob Pratt

Rob Pratt has worked at SAS since 2000 and is a Senior Manager in the Scientific Computing Department in the Analytics R&D Division. He manages a team of developers responsible for the optimization modeling language and solvers for linear, mixed integer linear, quadratic, and conic optimization.

Bob Rodriguez

Bob Rodriguez retired from SAS in 2018 after serving as a senior director in research and development, helping SAS customers at user events and working with SAS/STAT developers to meet those needs.

Ron Klimberg

Ron Klimberg, PhD, is a professor at the Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, PA. Before joining the faculty in 1997, he was a professor at Boston University, an operations research analyst at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and an independent consultant.