Prior to co-founding Hutchinson Lee, Mr. Hutchinson served as Lead Statistician for the National Security Agency’s Remote Operations Center, where he led a team responsible for data acquisition, prediction models, and reporting. A graduate of the Agency’s Cryptologic Mathematician Program, Mr. Hutchinson has received awards in fields ranging from data mining to quantum information theory.
Mr. Hutchinson holds a CASM from the University of Cambridge, a M.S. in Mathematics from Montana State University, and a B.S. in Finance from Montana State University.
Prior to co-founding Hutchinson Lee, Mr. Lee researched computational Bayesian methods at Columbia University for Professor Andrew Gelman, co-publishing papers and an op-ed in the New York Times. Previously, as a software engineer, Mr. Lee wrote complex systems for the normalization and transmission of data from disparate sources for government and commercial clients.
Mr. Lee holds a CASM from the University of Cambridge and a B.S. in Mathematics with Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.