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Eric Luellen is a technology executive and leader who works with e-commerce, educational, financial, and public health organizations to maximize insights and competitive advantages with artificial intelligence and machine learning (data science). Eric believes data science empowers organizations to achieve unprecedented results, for less cost, and the highest-quality service.

In 22 years, he has founded and grown three companies and led technology initiatives in data science and software development, supporting dozens of global organizations, and worked or traveled in 34 countries. In 2016, Eric was one of five global finalists for the C3 Prize at Stanford MedX, one of six global finalists for the World Technology Award in health and medicine and presented at Health 2.0 in Seoul. In 2017, he was the only American selected for Startupbootcamp’s digital health accelerator in China, presented at SLUSH Shanghai and the Foshan Maker’s Festival, and headlined the Korean Startup Festival on AI. In 2018, he presented at AI World and served as a mentor for Startupbootcamp fin-tech. In 2020, Eric was accepted into the Forbes Technology Council and presented at the 15th World Congress of Bioethics at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School on the ethical dilemmas of machine learning. He is a former member and officer of the Society for Information Management (SIM) and the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). Eric is also a contributor to Towards Data Science with an on-line readership of over 34,000 and is a member of the Forbes Technology Council.

Eric will complete a Master of Public Health degree in 2020 from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, holds a Master of Science degree in informatics from Northwestern University, and 10 advanced certificates in business and finance from Caltech, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business, Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed a Fellowship in e-commerce. He earned an additional 36 credit hours at Harvard University in sciences. Eric holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in liberal arts, specializing in economics, from American University. He is an Eagle Scout and black belt in Isshinryu karate.

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