I’m an experienced leader with more than two decades of experience applying computing and data technologies to genomics and precision medicine. I was the first employee at BioTeam, designed and built the IT organization for the New York Genome Center, led research computing at the Broad Institute, and created the production bioinformatics department at Sema4 (now operating as GeneDx). I have supported 20+ clients as a freelancer, including Moderna, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Arrakis Therapeutics, Neon Therapeutics, Northeastern University, the INOVA health System, Fore Genomics, NASA, and Cray .
I am currently freelancing and open to work at all scales:
- Interim and/or fractional leadership roles (CIO/CDO/CTO)
- Data strategies, technical assessments, and information architectures
- Mentoring, coaching, and advising for individuals or teams
- Service on scientific, advisory, or boards of directors
I suspect that I will eventually wind up as the Chief Information, Data, Digital, Technology, or similar Officer for another company with a compelling mission, brilliant technology, and unshakable ethics – but I’m in no rush.
I bring an unusually broad and cross-cutting expertise and combine exceptional communication, team building, and organizational design skills, with a relentlessly pragmatic focus on results. My leadership is founded on transparency, accountability, and on supporting and developing the people around me.
I would love to hear from you.