Greg Stitt

Greg Stitt

Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning Lead

As the Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning (AI/ML) Lead for StellarPeak, Greg Stitt provides expert-level data science and modeling, data management policy, and applied data
analytics to help the Government solve complex problems. For the Intelligence Community, he is applying advanced statistical analysis and Natural Language Processing (NLP) to achieve cost estimating objectives. Recognized as a Subject Matter Expert, Mr. Stitt briefs Government and industry on AI/ML activities in support of program and portfolio cost estimation to include the Joint Space Cost Council.

Prior to joining StellarPeak, Mr. Stitt was a Technical Program Manager at Maxar Technologies where he served as technical lead and project manager for a diverse team of data scientists and engineers, employing object detection and classification techniques to support high priority missions in imagery intelligence. In addition, he served as project lead at BNY Mellon for developing and standardizing worldwide counterparty risk and cybersecurity analysis methods.

Mr. Stitt is an Army veteran with more than 24 years of experience, where he most notably served as Senior Operations Research Analyst at the US Army Research Analysis Center
(TRAC) and as Commander and Operations Officer and in support of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. Among his many accomplishments at the TRAC, Mr. Stitt was the
research team leader and principal analyst for the successful analysis-of-alternatives study of operational and logistical impacts informing the $25.4B acquisition investment decision for the Chinook helicopter modernization program. In addition, he served as the principal analyst in the economic viability study for an advanced fused sensor system investment decision, developing a cost-benefit analysis model using Monte Carlo simulation to inform the US Army’s $60M brownout sensor program for cargo/troop helicopters landing in dusty operational environments.

While serving in the operational forces, Mr. Stitt was the senior operations designer, planner, and coordinator for a major dynamic restructuring of combat aviation forces in Northern and Eastern Afghanistan, and the Chief for Future Operations for mapping the strategic aviation campaign plan along with the long-term, multi-year training path for the 2,500-soldier aviation brigade. He served as Aviation Brigade Operations Planner, Pilot-in-Command, and senior Current Operations Officer in the tactical operations center at Camp Taji, Iraq coordinating and integrating manned and unmanned (UAS) platforms for conventional and special operations missions.  Mr. Stitt has also commanded a deployed company of 37 aviators and maintainers with eight Apache attack helicopters.

Mr. Stitt has earned master’s degrees in operations research, aeronautical science, and acquisitions & contract management. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point and holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Mr. Stitt is currently pursuing his Doctor of Engineering (D.Eng.) with specialization in Artificial Intelligence through the Pennsylvania State University.

Maureen Martin
Maureen Martin