Meet The Panelists; Turning Data Into True Insight

3:20 pm - 4:00 pm | EST

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Andrew Graff
CEO
Allen & Gerritsen 

Andrew Graff is CEO of Allen & Gerritsen. Boston & Philadelphia. Independent & Integrated. Creativity & Purpose. Communications & Experiences. Data & Humanity. Black Lives Matter & Climate Change is Real. We build your #BrandsBestSelf through Creative Platforms, Strategic Insights, Communications Planning, Performance Media, CX, Public Relations, Social Influence & Outcomes Driven Analytics,. A&G loves working with organizations who challenge themselves to do better, be better and show up in new ways to enable life to be better.  
 
Andrew was named one of the “100 People Who Make Advertising Great” by the 4As, “100 Most Influential People in Boston Business” by Boston Magazine, EY, Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist and the Boston Business Journal’s “Boston Power 50” list. . A&G has been ranked twice by Advertising Age as the nation’s #1 “Best Place to Work in Marketing & Media”. 
 
Andrew serves on the non-profit Executive boards of Big Sister Boston, Sports Museum, Boys and Girls Clubs of Dorchester.   

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Meredith Machovoe
Head of Business Insights
ServiceNow

Meredith Machovoe has spent 17 years leading diverse teams in data analytics & data science fields.  She is currently the Head of Business Insights at ServiceNow.  In her role, Meredith is responsible for delivering analytical studies aimed at answering strategic business questions, often to understand key levers for growth and acceleration of the business.  Meredith is a passionate advocate for women in technology, mentorship and seeks to inspire others to participate in STEM fields.

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John Hay
Vice President of Data, Intelligence, and Analytics
Boston Red Sox

Jon Hay is the Vice President of Data, Intelligence, and Analytics for the Boston Red Sox, overseeing all business analytics and strategy efforts as well as data, reporting, and CRM for the organization. He joined the Red Sox in 2013 as a baseball analytics intern before transitioning to the business side in 2015. He received his MBA with Honors from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Economics from Harvard College. Prior to joining the Red Sox, Jon was a fixed income derivatives trader at Morgan Stanley in New York.