Dr. Richard Huntsinger

Data Strategy  •  Data Science  •  Process Automation

Dr. Richard Huntsinger is a professor, author, expert witness, Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Fortune 500 R&D executive, and management consultant with broad international experience leading programs in operational excellence, data analytics, internet-based and agent-based customer service, process automation, and enterprise software development at organizations like Hewlett-Packard, IBM, AT&T, Symantec, Hitachi, Curtiss-Wright, Bank of America, and US Department of Energy. He has led development and market introduction of more than 20 commercial process automation/data analytics products and customer-facing IT systems serving 70 million customers worldwide. He has served on the management teams of several venture-backed high-tech start-ups from build-out to IPO and acquisition. He now serves as Faculty Director and Distinguished Teaching Fellow at the University of California-Berkeley, where he lectures and oversees research on data science applied to business and public policy, and leads the popular executive program in data strategy. He is a strategy and technology advisor to several companies and a frequent guest speaker in industry, academia, and government.

Dr. Huntsinger earned his PhD in Engineering & Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University; MBA degrees from University of California-Berkeley and Columbia University, honors; and MSc and BSc degrees in Computer Science from California State University, honors. He holds ASQ Six Sigma Black Belt and PMI Project Management Professional certifications.