Kary Myers is the program manager for data science in Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Intelligence and Emerging Threats office and also the lab’s point of contact for the Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation R&D’s data science portfolio. She earned her PhD from Carnegie Mellon’s Statistics and Data Science Department and her MS from their Machine Learning Department. She spent 15 years as a scientist in the Statistical Sciences Group at Los Alamos, including three years as their deputy group leader. Kary created and organizes the biennial Conference on Data Analysis (CoDA) to showcase data-driven research from across the Department of Energy, and in 2020 she was elected a fellow of the American Statistical Association.