Who We Are: The r4 Senior Leadership Team
Founder & CEO
Now as founder and CEO of r4, I feel a similar sense of excitement and expectation. Value creation through smart application of AI technology could very well dwarf the value impact of the internet. r4 is already driving previously unthinkable revenue increases and cost efficiencies in the market.
For me, the most exciting part of r4 is working with so many incredible people around the world who, like me, want to make their organizations and the world better. This is just the beginning.
Chief Data Science Officer
As Chief Data Scientist at r4, I lead a talented team of data scientists and technologists to design, develop and deliver the world’s first cross-enterprise software platform – enabling organizations to manage holistically and solve complex business problems by mastering ever-growing data volume and velocity.
It is an honor to be a member of the r4 family where both hard work and personal values are treasured, with the common goal of making the world a better place.
As EVP Solutions, I lead marketing, product and solution management, and client implementation. My real job: to turn technology and experience into customer success.
It’s not often you get to create a new category in the tech world, but that’s my mission at r4: helping leaders achieve breakthrough results with the new category of Cross-Enterprise AI. And along the way, helping the global companies and brands that I admire achieve a new era of greatness.
As COO at r4, my focus is running the best, most sophisticated operations to enable our clients to achieve massive breakthroughs. We measure ourselves not only on doing the right things, but also on doing them for the greatest impact. We allocate resources to drive the transformative power of artificial intelligence and create a “forever competitive advantage” for our clients.
For me, r4 rejects the noise and distraction associated with “flash” and, instead, embraces an inherent humility and attention to detail where no task is considered too small along our journey to uncover what is real.