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Ray Deiotte

Chief Data Officer - Global Healthcare and Life Sciences at NetApp

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I have been fortunate to work in diverse industries, from aerospace to healthcare, and two things that stay consistent are the need for data, and the need for people. Data is ubiquitous but hard to find, necessary but messy, and critical but disconnected. As a data professional for my entire career, I've designed, built, and delivered solutions that transform data into knowledge to evolve enterprise decisioning at scale. That being said, I believe that data and technology will never fully replace people. People have creativity, passion, and intuition - which may ever be fully recreated in technology. There's a marriage between technology and people that we should strive to achieve: data and technology should augment us to optimize the way we work and live. I'm trying to drive individuals and organizations toward a state of bio/silico collaboration where we leverage the best of tech, data, and people to transform the way that we live, work and solve some of the worlds hardest problems.

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Jupyter Notebooks
Databricks Notebooks
AI and Machine Learning
Data Governance Software
Google Colab
Amazon Sagemaker
Anaconda
Work experience
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Jun 2020 - Present

NetApp

Chief Data Officer - Global Healthcare and Life Sciences

Jul 2018 - Jun 2020

Centura Health

Chief Data Officer

Jan 2017 - Jul 2018

ISSAC Corp

Chief Scientific Officer

Jul 2008 - Jul 2017

ISSAC Corp

Innovation Lead

Innovation lead at ISSAC Corp. Charged with developing new, innovative concepts to address corporate and warfighter needs.

Aug 2007 - 2008

Computer Sciences Corporation

Sr. Principle Lead Systems Engineer

Sr. Systems Engineer responsible for all aspects of daily operations of the Distributed Multi-echelon Training System

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2004 - 2007

Boeing

Systems Engineer

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1999 - 2001

CCAR

Software Engineer

R&D, Technology Development, Program Management, Business Development

Education

1999 - 2004

University of Colorado

BS, Physics

BS in Physics with a minor in Mathematics and extensive computer science work.

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