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Ryan Legge, President of Analytics at BigBear.ai

Ryan Legge,

President,

BigBear.ai

Ryan Legge, President of Analytics at BigBear.ai

Ryan Legge serves as the president of analytics at BigBear .ai, a provider of artificial intelligence-powered IT solutions. The company works with customers in the defense, intelligence, manufacturing, health care and commercial space sectors, among others.

In his role, Legge is in charge of managing profit and loss for the co BigBear .ai’s analytics sector, his LinkedIn profile says. He has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the system development life cycle.

His areas of expertise include data warehouse architecture, data modeling, database and table design and business intelligence.

Prior to joining BigBear .ai in March 2021, Legge served as vice president at data analytics and machine learning company NuWave Solutions. He was responsible for NuWave’s business development functions for federal civilian and defense customers. His other positions at the company included Informatics architect and director of data services.

From 2005 to 2010, Legge served as a manager in KPMG’s federal business performance services practice. He managed accounts with the Department of Defense and the military services.

Legge spent three years as a material program manager at Northrop Grumman, where he managed subcontracts for the F/A-22 program.

He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from McDaniel College.

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