Lacey Keller is a Managing Director with Gryphon Strategies with almost a decade of research and analytics experience. In her present position, Lacey advises financial and law firms on how best to use traditional and alternative data for investments and investigations. Previously, Lacey was the founder and director of the Research and Analytics Department for the New York State Office of the Attorney General. During her tenure, Lacey developed a formidable team, including the first data scientist hired by a state attorney general’s office, that leveraged cutting-edge technologies and analytical techniques to support investigations. Her team was instrumental in many of the most notable cases brought by the Office of the Attorney General, including the case brought against Spectrum (Time Warner Cable) for allegedly defrauding customers over internet speeds and performance as well as successful litigation brought against the landlord Steven Croman for harassing tenants. That team also helped author reports on Airbnb, gun trafficking, and ticket pricing that national media outlets widely covered. Previously, Lacey worked in the Research Department of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU 32BJ), the largest property services union in the country. Lacey holds a Master of Economics from the New School and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Washburn University.