Vin has been pushing the operating envelope on data in some of the largest global companies for over 20 years, delivering solutions as well as advising C-suite staff and Chief Architects. Vin has advised U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission on how to implement data governance to monitor and manage billions of transactions; advised a large innovative data-driven investment management firm on how to scale their data operations; directed a 100+ resource Global Enterprise Data Governance and Data Warehouse development program at Citigroup as well as implementing their Data Governance program and managing client-facing analytic dashboards. For a large global bank he delivered a 100 million account and customer Master Data Management solution, using DWL (now IBM Infosphere) product set, including near-real-time analytics on new account openings and consumer product acquisition activity. Vin managed from conception through delivery multiple customer profitability data warehouse analytic solutions for large global banks, including JP Morgan Chase. Awarded CIO Magazine award for Client Profitability, top 100 integrated applications IT Manager of the Year Award from Oracle Magazine. As Chief Architect for Data Warehousing and Analytics for the Finance function at JP Morgan Chase, achieved a balanced delivery-oriented strategy as well as a multi-year roadmap for evolution. Was an early adopter of ETL tools, recognizing their ability to reduce time to market for analytic solutions. Vin is a founding member of the technology advisory council of the College of Westchester, a private college focusing on offering an affordable and effective education. Vin also serves as the Chief Operating and Technology Officer for Atrocity Watch, a not-for-profit focused on using big data solutions to identify precursors to global atrocities in the service of humanitarian analysts.