Alexander Titus is a technologist working at the intersection of data science and biotechnology. His career has woven between the private sector, public sector, and academia. He is the Co-Founder of the In Vivo Group and the Founder of Bioeconomy.XYZ, and is also a strategic business executive at Google Cloud leading solution work for the global public sector, as well as AI/ML applications for public sector missions. Previously, Titus was the inaugural Assistant Director for Biotechnology within the Office of the CTO at the Department of Defense, where he led the team developing the DoD’s roadmap towards biotechnology modernization. Throughout his career, Titus has also served as an AI/ML Research Fellow on the Amazon Alexa AI team as well as in the B.Next group at the strategic investment firm In-Q-Tel, and as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Biostatistics at Georgetown University and Biotechnology at the University of New Hampshire. He holds a PhD in Quantitative Biomedical Sciences from Dartmouth College and a BS & BA in biochemistry and biology from the University of Puget Sound. Titus is also an advocate of weaving a professional life with personal adventure, and in 2014, he rode his bike from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to San Francisco, California – “Arctic Circle to Silicon Valley.