We promote awareness, evidence-based decisions, public trust, and good stewardship of resources by advocating for an understanding of data and responsible standards.
Technology must be coupled with knowledge and integrity to avoid risk of misuse. In the right hands, information can level playing fields, promote positive change, and empower.
Innovation, progress, and community thrive on diverse experiences, beliefs, and backgrounds. Everyone deserves a voice, respect, access to resources, and opportunities to make a difference.
Our firm isn’t limited to putting out the fires in front of us. With an approach that is problem-centric, technology-independent, and centered around systemic and long-term value, we ensure that what we are providing the best solutions to boost the success, knowledge, and understanding of our clients and partners.
We are powered, led, and inspired by a team of inquisitive and open-minded problem solvers who leave preconceptions at the door, tackle problems from all angles, and share solutions in terms that our clients can understand and embrace. Below are some of our valued colleagues and their stories.
Hunter Moore brings a unique array of expertise to the table through experiences in various fields of work including R&D, manufacturing, design, and academia, each with a variety of interesting projects. These professional exposures have provided Hunter with the foundations required to truly understand the project process from back of the envelope ideology through optimized manufacturing and the dissemination of results to both technical and non-technical audiences. Hunter uses this distinctive skillset both in his role as the Principal Researcher in Rotunda's Research, Analytics, and Innovation Lab (RAIL) where he serves as the lead for Rotunda's research efforts, as well as in his role as a Senior Data Scientist at the Department of Defense Joint Artificial Intelligence Center where he oversees analytics strategies and the launching of new lines of efforts. Hunter's recent experience includes efforts with the Defense Innovation Board (DIB), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the Department of Defense Chief Information Officer (DoD CIO), and commercial corporations, involving projects in fleet management, human systems, smart battlefield and smart warfighter studies, finance, and cybersecurity.
Claire Lee represents a wealth of well-rounded experience across fields of academia and industry. She holds a Master of Public Health in Toxicology from the University of Michigan, with additional accolades in international security from Stanford University, and a prominent professional tenure as a principal regulatory toxicologist, in which she directed and conducted scientific literature reviews, risk assessments, and regulatory compliance determinations to FDA and EU legislation. Currently, as a lead business architect and certified program manager, Claire leverages her skills to drive Rotunda's clients to strategic use of big data, implementation of best practices, and systems that promote sustained data collection, maintenance, and interoperability. Her added studies in artificial intelligence implications for business strategy firm her role as a forward-thinker among her peers. When Claire is not collaborating closely with her teammates and customers or heading operations in Rotunda's Analytics and Innovation Lab (RAIL), she enjoys spending time with her "fabulously photogenic" dog and baking French pastries and bread.