Suzanne McIntosh is a professor of Computer Science and Data Science at New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences. A recipient of IBM Research Invention Plateau and the Technical Accomplishment Award, Suzanne led research teams and developed software for analytics, virtualization, data center energy optimization, security research, and the IBM Windsor Blue supercomputer. Prior to IBM, she developed firmware for GPS satellites and secure battlefield communications. Suzanne earned an Engineer Degree in Computer Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in 2000, following an MS and BS in Computer Science. She is a STEM mentor through Society of Women Engineers and the New York Academy of Sciences.