Nancy Grady is chief data scientist and solutions architect in the cyber practice at Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC). She leads the development of gray/red cyberspace intelligence solutions and the merging of the cyber and electromagnetic-spectrum domains for situational awareness capabilities for SAIC's customers. Grady has 35 years of experience in the application of machine learning techniques for data and text analytics systems. She joined SAIC in 2002 and has led a number of SAIC research and development efforts for cyber analytics, big data analytics applications, event situational awareness from open source text, and modeling geospatial outbreak detection. She was instrumental in the creation of SAIC's process methodology for big data analytics. Prior to joining SAIC, Grady was a Wigner Fellow and physics researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, performing theoretical modeling of materials.