Keesa Bond describes her technical interests as being those of an investigative Data Scientist. Throughout her career in academia, Keesa has found creative ways to use technology to make data more meaningful for those it should serve. She knows that the stories that data can provide are there, but realizes that data inaccuracies often invalidate the story’s ending. Her search for data validity has led her to the realization that Data Governance is foundational to ensure accurate, reliable, actionable data.
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