Kathleen Maley is a business leader specializing in the science of data and analytics.
With more than 15 years of experience, she helps her partners achieve outsized business value through the practical application of analytical techniques. She is a cultural change agent in the adoption of analytical strategies, and her passion is found in helping organizations leapfrog her early experience to accelerate their journeys toward value-generating analytics. Kathleen started her career on the leading edge of a revolution in data-based decision- making at Bank of America. She built predictive models, ran a model risk management group and led several business-analytics verticals. In her culminating role as the bank’s consumer deposits pricing executive, she transformed the business from intuition-based to predictive model-based, creating an efficiency of $65 million per basis point saved.
As the head of consumer and digital analytics at KeyBank, Kathleen increased the economic impact of her team by elevating their role from data provider to strategic partner. She established a discipline for measuring realized benefit of analytically informed business initiatives and engineered a shift toward collaboration, ensuring analytical solutions are developed hand-in-hand with business execution plans.
Kathleen is a member of the International Institute for Analytics’ expert network, board member and volunteer statistician for Turner Syndrome Society of the United States,published writer and frequent speaker. She holds degrees in Mathematics and Applied Statistics. Previously, Kathleen taught high school mathematics and statistics in Costa Rica, Mexico and China.