Jay Ramos tried to run away from his destiny, but it proved to be in vain. After stating his goal to become “a computer programmer” in fifth grade, Jay attended Yale University where he majored in (naturally) history. After a brief stint teaching history and math to middle schoolers, Jay finally gave in to the technology voices in his head and entered the Information Technology field. At The University of Texas, Jay worked in a number of different areas and technologies. He has continued his career in IT after making a big move from Austin to Green Bay, where he works as the Technical Lead for the Web Team at Schneider.
As the director of information technology, Ed oversees and directs all aspects of information technology for Miron including ERP business applications, project management applications, CRM and business intelligence. Ed is also responsible for the management of Miron's technology infrastructure which includes local and wide area network, mobile computing, VOIP (voice over IP), storage are network, virtual servers and audio-visual systems (video conferencing and digital signage). Ed is a magna cum laude graduate of Marquette University with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and finance and a Masters of Business Administration. IN addition to his work at Miron, Ed is a member of the Business Advisory Committee for Project SEARCH, and serves on the board for WisconSibs and the Appleton Education Foundation.
Tong is Head of Technical Product at Correlation One where he leads the prototyping, development, and iteration of the firm's quantitative products and data pipelines. Correlation One is a talent solutions technology company which helps its clients attract, evaluate, and train the world's best data professionals. Previously, he managed a $125 million portfolio of short-term quantitative macro strategies in Citadel's Global Fixed Income fund. He began his career as a quantitative analyst at Morgan Stanley and an interest rate options trader at Barclays. While in school, he placed in the top 20 in two of the world’s most prestigious math contests, the USA Math Olympiad and the Putnam Math Competition. Tong holds a B.S. in Mathematics from Yale and is a published author in combinatorial number theory. When he’s not working, he enjoys alpine skiing, running, and reading about data, geopolitics, and philosophy.