Dr. Jeff Grover is founder and chief research scientist at Grover Group, Inc. (2001) where his team specializes in Bayes’ Theorem and its application through Bayesian belief networks (BBN) to strategic economic decision-making (BayeSniffer.com). He is a winner in the Kentucky Innovation Award Winner (2015) for the application of his proprietary BBN big data algorithm in the area of health care and is currently evaluating the Medicare “Hospital Compare” survey data for a local hospital in Elizabethtown, Ky. He has recently conducted research with U.S. Army Recruiting Command using BBN in the areas of Soldier attrition and special operations and medical recruiting (2014-2015). In the area of economics, he was recently contracted by the Department of Energy, The Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC Management and Operating Contractor for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, to conduct a 3rd party evaluation of the Hydrogen Financial Analysis Scenario (H2FAST) Tool (2015).
Jeff received his Doctors of Business Administration in Finance from NOVA Southeastern (2003), MBA from ERAU (1997), and a BS in Math from Mobile College (1987).
Jeff has published a book, Strategic Economic Decision-Making: Using Bayesian Belief Networks to Make Complex Decisions with SpringerBriefs (2013). Also, he has published in the Journal of Wealth Management, the Journal of Business and Leadership; Research, Practice, and Teaching, and the Journal of Business Economics Research. Recently, He was a guest speaker at the MORS Conference in Washington, DC (12/2014) where he gave a presentation on the application of BBN in the area of terrorism.
Dr. Grover is a father of Rebecca Tabb and Jeffrey S. Grover Jr. and is also a retired US Army Special Forces officer (2001).
Dr. Al Infande's work experience is in Human Resources (HR) Management and Training and Development, where he has served as a Vice President in these disciplines.
To maintain HR currency, Dr. Infande is a University Professor for several colleges and universities where he teaches various Human Resources-related courses. In addition to his Human Resources and teaching experience, he has also served as the Director of Faculty Development for various colleges and universities throughout the State of Florida.
He has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master of Science in Human Resources Management, a Doctor of Education in Adult Education/Human Resources Development, a Doctor of Philosophy in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology.
In addition to his degrees, he has also earned the Certified Online Instructor certification, the Certified Faculty Developer certification, the Certified Human Resources Executive certification, the Certified HIPAA Administrator certification, the Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming Practitioner certification, Six Sigma certification, and various other certifications from Harvard University, Berkeley University, and Purdue University.
During his corporate and academic tenure, he has published several articles and ebooks in the areas of adult learning, faculty development, student retention, customer service, goal setting, stress management, training and development, team building, and quality management.
He has served as a corporate trainer for various industries as well as a guest speaker at several conferences sponsored by the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges and most recently at the University of Greenwich in London, England.