Vincent M. Lott - CEO
Vincent Lott is the CEO of BeVera Solutions. He founded BeVera in December of 2013 after providing over 20 years of Enterprise IT Project and Program Management to Hewlett-Packard (HP) and its heritage company, Keysight Technologies.
While at HP, Vincent managed numerous global IT projects including HP's transition onto Oracle's EDI platform, the replacement of HP's internal Customer Information System and several Oracle ERP module upgrades. His final project was the design and implementation of a major component of Keysight's Oracle CPQ/Salesforce.com integration.
Prior to arriving at HP, Vincent served in the US Army Signal Corps as a Non-commissioned Officer. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Management from DeVry University and a Executive Master of Science degree in the Management of Technology from Georgia Tech. He lives in Fayetteville, Georgia with his wife Tracy and their three children.
Brian K. Ashford - Director, Data Science Solutions
Brian has over 22 years of data science, predictive modeling, data mining, statistical forecasting, and classical statistics experience spanning consumer credit risk, financial services, insurance, direct and target marketing, telecom, retail, and transportation industries, and pre- and post- software sales.
Brian has worked as an Analytical Consultant and Analytics Sales Engineer for SAS Institute, Inc., as a Target Marketing Consultant for Chubb Insurance, and as Analytical Services Director for Coverdell & Company, the southeast’s first direct marketing firm.
Brian has also served as a Credit Scoring Analyst for two of the 3 U.S. credit bureaus, and as Statistical Projects Manager for the Consumer Landline Division of BellSouth Telecommunications (now AT&T). He has extensive lifecycle experience with customer acquisition and segmentation, behavioral scoring, cross-sell, up-sell, purchase propensity, bad debt prediction, times series, and statistical forecasting models.
Yulia Yulina has over 18 years of public health project management experience with the World Health Organization (WHO), CDC, US Peace Corps, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Georgia Department of Public Health, Emory and other organizations.
While at WHO in Russia in the capacity of Medical Officer, she coordinated over 24 trainings in HIV/AIDS in 8 regions of Russia. She also managed several public health projects and research from different donors such as USAID, European Union, Soros Foundation, and others.
Prior to her work at WHO, Yulia worked as a Global Fund project manager for the Open Health Institute (OHI). OHI was a Principal Recipient of a US$ 88 million grant from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GLOBUS project). The project was aimed at stimulating an effective national response to HIV/AIDS in the Russian Federation.
Before her career in public health, Yulia practiced medicine in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, as an infectious disease Medical Doctor.
She holds a Medical Degree from the Moscow Medical Academy, Russia and MPH from Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health.