Steve Escaravage, Booz Allen SVP, Leader of AI, Analytics
Potomac Officers Club member Steve Escaravage serves as Booz Allen Hamilton's senior vice president, leading the company's analytics practice and artificial intelligence services businesses.
Escaravage, who served as the company's vice president from 2000 until April 2018, when he attained his seniority, supports customers with the operational integration of data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions, Booz Allen said
His role is also responsible for leading analytics strategy vision and technical delivery across all of Booz Allen's business lines.
Escaravage dictates the company's investments in data science, machine learning and AI, with a focus on AI design and implementation, machine learning operations, adversarial machine learning, cognitive automation and quantum information science.
The SVP has led initiatives and held leadership roles in the company's business lines related to the defense, health, energy, commercial and international business sectors.
Escaravage most recently led Booz Allen's defense analytics business in support of the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center and other agencies under the Department of Defense.
Before that, Escaravage modernized the company's Food and Drug Administration business.
He is credited with upgrading the unit from a traditional systems integration provider to a strategy, technology and analytics partner.
The SVP also oversaw Booz Allen's machine learning and data management solution offerings for commercial financial institutions, commercial pharmaceutical manufacturers and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Escaravage is an expert in the fields of applied mathematics, data management and optimization.
He holds a master's degree in operations research from George Mason University and a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Rutgers University.
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