Warren Randolph Named National Transportation Safety Board’s First CDO

Randolph will report to NTSB Managing Director Dana Schulze.
Warren Randolph
Warren Randolph

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has appointed Warren Randolph as its first Chief Data Officer. Randolph will report to Managing Director Dana Schulze. He was previously with the Federal Aviation Administration for nearly 14 years. 

The NTSB is an independent U.S. government investigative agency responsible for civil transportation accident investigation.

Prior to his departure from the Federal Aviation Administration, he held the position of Deputy Executive Director of Accident Investigation and Prevention for Aviation Safety. He led a top-tier analytical capability focused on safety management system principles, robust safety data analysis, and information-sharing processes facilitating the evaluation of future hazards and emerging safety risks.

“Over the years Warren has worked collaboratively with the NTSB, building relationships and sharing data to advance our agencies’ mutual safety goals. He brings to his new role not just a comprehensive knowledge of data governance and data use, but a deep appreciation of the NTSB’s mission and people as well,” Schulze said.

Randolph, who holds a bachelor’s degree in science from Purdue University, started his career in aviation as an Aerodynamicist supporting multiple flight simulation platforms for the U.S. Coast Guard and Air Force.

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