Mary Galvin established AIC to help clients bridge the gap between organizational needs and technology solutions. Previously, Mary worked in technical and customer-facing roles at Northrop Grumman, Basis Technology, SRA International, MarkLogic, and LexisNexis, serving clients within the defense and intelligence communities. Mary's expertise encompasses a variety of technical domains, to include Big Data, Natural Language Processing (NLP), entity/identity resolution, machine translation, foreign language search, cybersecurity, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). She holds MS, Information Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and BS, Computer Engineering with minors in Computer Science, Spanish, and Naval Science from Villanova University. She has also taken several extended learning courses in Arabic.
Mary volunteers with Girls in Technology (GIT), a DC-based organization that encourages girls in the 6th through 12th grade to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). She also volunteers with Villanova's entrepreneurship program, helping undergraduate students from her alma mater understand the practical aspects to their entrepreneurial studies. Mary is mom to three amazing kids. She and her husband reside in Northern Virginia.
Chief Technology Officer
Vadim Bichutskiy, AIC's technical and business architect, brings a proven track record in leading world-class development teams responsible for delivering industry-leading data science and technology solutions. He oversees AIC's technical vision and engineering teams, and creating innovative and impactful solutions using cutting-edge technologies. Previously, Vadim held technical leadership positions at the Department of Treasury, Department of Agriculture, United States Patent and Trademark Office, Yahoo, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, and several profitable startups. His contributions have helped grow companies, make social and scientific progress, educate the world, and find cures for cancer. He has served as advisor to several startups and nonprofits. He holds a Ph.D. (ABD) in Computational and Data Sciences from George Mason, MS/BS in Artificial Intelligence/Computer Science from UC Irvine, and MS in Statistics from CSU East Bay.
Vadim is a frequent media contributor on topics such as business strategy, marketing, talent recruiting, innovation, professional development, data science, and technology. His work has been featured in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, and Advertising Age, and he volunteers his time and expertise for several technology nonprofits. He is a big believer in diversity and empowerment, and believes data and technology can change the world.