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Appendix D: Biographies of Committee Members and Staff
Pages 87-92

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From page 87...
... Previously, he was secretary general of the Research Data Alliance and an associate director of the Rensselaer Institute for Data Exploration and Applications. Prior to that, he was lead project manager at the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
From page 88...
... She led the Mathematical Sciences Department in IBM Research for over a decade. She was IBM's chief technology officer for Business Analytics, led emerging technologies in Watson, established Data Science for Insight Cloud Services, and is currently leading data science activities in The Weather Company, a newly acquired IBM Business.
From page 89...
... Harrington led teams that developed several open source scientific codes, including Bayesian ­ Atmospheric Radiative Transfer, which retrieves atmospheric parameters from exoplanetary eclipse and transit data. He wrote the Reproducible Research Software License to prompt a discussion on the robustness of research results involving complex computer codes in astrophysics and beyond.
From page 90...
... Her research interests include artificial intelligence, r ­obotics, computer science education, assessment, game development, gamification, information retrieval, and systems design for decision support. She is the recipient of the Fifty Most Important African Americans in Technology Award; Information Technology Senior Management Forum Ivory Dome Education Leadership Award; Scott Cares Foundation Humanitarian Award for Achievements in Technology; Phi Beta Sigma Outstanding Educator Award; WSSU Sponsored Programs "Million Dollar" Award; City of Winston-Salem Outstanding Women Leaders Award; NASA University Joint Venture (JOVE)
From page 91...
... Mr. Boll's background in space policy and science communication includes experience in the Office of International and Interagency Relations at NASA Headquarters, in the Aeronautics and Space Academies at the NASA Glenn Research Center, and as a member of the advisory board of the Montana Space Grant Consortium.
From page 92...
... in physics from Austin Peay State University in December 2017. He is currently a program assistant with COMPASS Science Communication, a nonprofit that helps scientists participate in the public dialogue through communication training and by facilitating real-world connections.

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