2016 Big Data Analytics Symposium on March 28, 2016


March 28, 2016

Student Union, Cape Florida

Room 316ABCD



Oglesby_Jerry_150Jerry L. Oglesby

Jerry L. Oglesby is the Senior Director, Global Academic Programs at SAS. His department supports SAS in the university community primarily by introducing SAS training materials and software into university curricula. Prior to starting this group, Oglesby was Director of Analytical Consulting within the Professional Services Division. In that role, he grew the division from its formation to approximately 40 modelers and business analysts. This group was largely responsible for supporting the successful launch of SAS’ award-winning data mining solution, SAS Enterprise Miner.

Oglesby holds a PhD in statistics from Texas A&M University, a master’s in mathematics from Lamar University and a bachelor’s in mathematics from the University of Mississippi.  Following completion of his doctorate at Texas A&M in 1971, he was a Professor of Statistics at the University of West Florida where he established the Institute for Statistical and Mathematical Modeling. Before joining SAS in 1996, Oglesby worked at Monsanto Chemical Company and he was CEO and founding President of SCI Data Systems.

Jerry received the Texas A&M University’s College of Science Academy of Distinguished Former Students Award for 2012. In 2013, Jerry received the H.O. Hartley Award, which is presented annually to a former student of the Texas A&M University’s Department of Statistics for their distinguished contributions to the discipline of statistics. Jerry serves on a number of advisory boards in support of statistics, computer science, and advanced analytics and chairs SAS’ annual analytics conference.

Bruce D. CaulkinsDr. Bruce D. Caulkins

Bruce Caulkins is a Research Associate at the Institute for Simulation & Training (IST) at the University of Central Florida (UCF).  He is a retired Army Colonel with over 28 years of active-duty experience in tactical, operational, and strategic communications and cyberspace operations.  In his last military assignment, he was the Chief of the Cyber Strategy, Plans, Policy, and Exercises Division (J65) within the U.S. Pacific Command.  In this capacity, he gained extensive insight into cyber capabilities, operational requirements, combatant command requirements, coalition and partner cyber/communications interoperability, and human factor requirements.  He also led over a dozen coalition and partner interoperability exercises, to include the HADR-focused PACIFIC ENDEAVOR.  Bruce previously taught at and ran several communications and cyber-related schools within the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command.  He earned his Ph.D. in Modeling and Simulation at the University of Central Florida, focusing on anomaly detection within intrusion-detection systems.  His research interests include anomaly detection; cyber security and analysis; cyber education and training methodologies; simulation, modeling, and analysis; predictive modeling; data mining; cyber strategy; and, cyber policy.


Jutta WilliamsJutta Williams

Jutta Williams serves Health First, a Central Florida not-for-profit integrated delivery network, as the organization’s Corporate Information Assurance Officer (CIAO) and Chief Compliance Officer (CCO).  In this role, Ms. Williams leads regulatory compliance, information security, information governance, privacy, FWA and internal audit initiatives for the IDN.

For most of her career, Ms. Williams has focused on helping large and small organizations in a number of industries meet their regulatory obligations and build strong security and data protection programs.

Ms. Williams is a frequent speaker at national conferences, covering topics on Compliance program governance, HIPAA Security and Privacy, and Healthcare Information transformation and 3rd Party Information Sharing Risk.  She has been selected to represent the provider community point of view on regulatory compliance hearings conducted by HHS and has frequently presented to State and Federal legislators on the topics of information protection and the impact of regulatory change.

Prior to joining Health First, Ms. Williams served as the Director, Corporate Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer at Intermountain Healthcare, a not for profit Integrated Delivery Network (IDN) based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and worked as a Governance, Risk and Compliance program development consultant at Deloitte and Touche. Ms. Williams also served for nearly ten years with a number of Federal entities in a variety of technical and leadership capacities.

She graduated with highest distinction from Carnegie Mellon University earning a Master’s of Science in Information Security Policy and Management; a program that focused on both the business and technology aspects of information protection and which regularly ranks as the top such program nationally.



Time Event
7:30 – 8:30 Registration and Breakfast
8:30 – 8:40 Welcome Remark by Dean Johnson
8:40 – 9:00 Welcome Data Mining Board Members and Business Partners

1.      Jerry Oglesby, Director of Higher Education, SAS Institutes

2.      Michele Boulanger, President JISC Inc. and Professor of Rollins College

3.      Simeao H. Joao, Sr. Data Scientist Citi Group

4.      Gautam Bose, SVP, Director of Business Analytics for Marketing at EverBank

5.      Mohamood Bhatia, SVP Finance, Sodexo Services

6.      Terri Henderson, Senior Manager, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.

7.      Jutta Williams, System VP, Compliance and Information Assurance, Health First, Inc.

8.      Maneesh Aggarwal, VP of Analytics, Wyndham Vocation Ownership

9.      Todd Davis, Manager – Talent Acquisition and Corporate Training, Convergence Consulting Group

10.  Kiran Kala, Founder and CEO ICube

9:00 – 10:00 Cybersecurity Challenges in a Big Data World, By Bruce D. Caulkins, the Research Associate at the Institute for Simulation & Training (IST) at the University of Central Florida (UCF)
10:00 – 10:30 Morning Coffee Break
10:30 – 11:45 Data Science and Advanced Analytics:  Challenges and Opportunities, By Jerry L. Oglesby, Director of Higher Education, the SAS Institute
11:45 – 12:30 Healthcare Data Sharing: Security and Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities, By Jutta Williams, Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) from HealthFirst
12:30 – 1:30 Lunch Break
1:30 – 2:30 EverBank Cup – Business Intelligence Competition by Kimberly Cooper from Everbank
2:30 – 4:30 Students Meet Business Representives













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Hotel Information

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La Quinta Inn & Suites/UCF11805 Research Pkwy Orlando, FL 32826407-737-6075www.LaQuintaOrlandoucf.com$85
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