Bryce Murray Joins Aperio as Director of Technology and Computer Science
“Twenty years ago, there was no such thing as an AI expert or computer programmer in Natchez Mississippi,” says Bryce Murray, laughing. And yet that’s exactly the path Bryce ended up taking. Murray, who earned his Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a strong background in mathematics, engineering, and computer science, will soon graduate with his PhD from the University of Missouri. There, he specialized in explainable data fusion after working with one of the field’s leading experts, Derek T. Anderson, PhD. Bryce recently joined Aperio Consulting Group as Director of Technology and Computer Science.
“I think there’s a way to blend the human element with the new, powerful technology of artificial intelligence,” says Kerry Goyette, President and Founder of Aperio Consulting Group. “It won’t be easy, but Bryce brings a deep level of expertise to our team.”
Marcus J. Brooks Joins Aperio Consulting Group as Chief Strategy Officer and Consultant
Aperio Consulting Group is excited to welcome Marcus J. Brooks to the firm. Marcus brings decades of experience in business, education, and leadership as well as a positive outlook to Aperio.
Marcus hails from New York City. He earned his bachelor’s and MBA from Columbia University and was recently responsible for academic and long-term planning at Cornell University. Prior to his time as an Ivy League instructor, Marcus worked at investment firms and managed multi-million dollar portfolios. His distinct experience also involves leading expeditions in mountain ranges across the world, including Mt. Kilimanjaro.
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