Jeffrey Hunter is a senior digital transformation and data science executive – a thought leader in the fast-evolving fields of cognitive analytics and digital information management who creates value for the world’s foremost companies.
Pairing a degree in sensory psychology with his MBA, he brings unique interpretive skills to hands-on data solution design. Related areas of expertise include artificial intelligence, process reengineering, and financial management.
Jeffrey has led digital data practices at the most respected business management consulting organizations. At PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) he created a Data Science Center of Excellence and pioneered new audit analytics practices. As Vice President – Insights & Data Group at Capgemini he led value proposition creation, solution design, alliance partnership management, and delivery of new technologies to clients.
Before that, as Booz Allen Hamilton’s Vice President overseeing the firm’s Digital Enterprise Practice, Jeffrey delivered innovations in policy, process, and training that drove digital adoption across the board. He is also a veteran of the legendary Perot Systems, having directed business and corporate development for the firm’s Financial Services Group. Jeffrey’s experience in the finance sector began with technology positions at OANDA/fxtrade, a global currency trading platform, and Donaldson, Lufkin, and Jenrette, the investment bank later acquired by Credit Suisse.
Jeffrey has acquired a reputation not only for trailblazing, thoughtful data science, but for effective mentorship and leadership. He is recognized as the originator of numerous best practices accepted today as industry standards – and as an inspiring manager who positions teams to transform their businesses.
Jeffrey earned a B.A. at George Mason University and his MBA from Duke University. He lives in Virginia, where he is writing a book about the ethics of data analytics and enjoys restoring classic cars and trucks.