Narayan Sengupta worked at IBM, Coca-Cola, Hewlett Packard, MCI and Alltel before starting New Frontiers in 1998 in Atlanta, Georgia. Since then he has project managed, designed, and programmed many Access, Excel, Tableau, QlikView, SQL Server and Oracle projects for UPS, Home Depot, ASA, Cox Communications, UCB Pharma, Newell-Rubbermaid, Deloitte, Turner, CBRE, PWC, etc. His work has been around data science, reporting, forecasting, data-mining, algorithms, heat maps, score cards, data architecture, data quality management and data governance. He has also developed applications for employee management and employee time tracking, geodata databases, project management, store planning and even a game add ons. His latest skill is figuring out QuickBooks integration with Excel and Access.
Narayan is from Atlanta; he speaks English, French and Bengali, and has studied many other languages. He loves to travel across the US and abroad. He was Star Student at North Fulton High School, majored in History at Emory and earned an MBA from Georgia State. Narayan has been in the Smyrna Rotary Club since 2006 and twice served as its President. He’s on the Smyrna Veterans Committee and founded Smyrna’s Veterans Day in 2008. In the past, he founded SuperSmyrna, was on Smyrna's Educational Task Force, LCI, Community Core Council and the board of the National Museum of Commercial Aviation. In 2010, the Smyrna Rotary Club named him “Smyrna Citizen of the Year,” the first time it was ever conferred on a member of the club. He has received a Mayor’s Education Volunteer of the Year and also a Volunteer of the Semester awards. He has been Principal for a Day at three different schools. He has written dozens of articles, four history books, and very much enjoys presenting to civic clubs, the US National Archives, the Georgia Archives, schools, etc. about American World War I aviation, American World War II POWs and more. Narayan led the 90th Anniversary commemoration of the US Air Force in Saints, France (www.usaww1.com) in July 2008. He is on the Georgia WWI Centennial Commission Advisory Board. Most of all, he is the very proud father of his two daughters.
Patricia W. Huff is an action-oriented, process-focused, data-driven senior business leader with 20+ years of strategic business experience. She uses her Six Sigma and Agile expertise to ensure that every project, from working with MS Excel and Access databases to analyzing data forming meaningful and useful Business Intelligence solutions, provides efficiencies for your business.
Patricia is also a User Experience expert. She is a master at creating practical, experiential, meaningful interactions with data that enhance usability for your team. She listens to your needs, and collaborates with you to deliver solutions. Additionally, Patricia is a true consumer psychologist using quantitative and qualitative research plus tools like journey mapping and content curation to craft the best experiences possible.
Patricia is an Atlanta native and graduate of Emory University. She is passionate about the arts, travel, history and philanthropy.
Shomit Sengupta is a customer-focused software consultant with over seven years of IT experience and a keen eye for design and an ability to work well with a variety of clients. His experience also includes three years in Healthcare IT, serving alongside Project Managers to prepare clients such as Penn Medicine, St. Barnabas of New York, and Carson Tahoe Health for government mandated Meaningful Use attestation. Currently he is an Access Developer for New Frontiers International and its clients.
Though born in Texas, Shomit considers himself a native of Atlanta. He holds a BA from the University of West Georgia and an MBA from Kennesaw State University. He is a dedicated supporter of the American Red Cross, and his interests include art, music, science, and travel.
Turner Broadcasting System
Price Waterhouse Coopers/CBRE
Atlantic Southeast Airlines (ASA)