Edward (Ted) Kreutzer presently serves as Team Lead and Database Architect, Developer, and Engineer on the Information Management Technology – Hadoop Team at Charles Schwab in San Francisco. There he manages big data distributed computing systems and develops real-time data processing platforms, database systems, and software for enterprise data warehousing, mining, and analytics.
Additionally, Kreutzer has been an adjunct professor at USF for over 12 years and has taught in the MSIS, BSIS, MPA, MNPA, and BSM programs. Currently, he teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in Big Data technologies, data warehousing and mining, as well as the information technology security concentration.
Kreutzer spent 25+ years as a software, database, and data systems designer, developer, administrator, and architect, as well as a business intelligence expert. His professional career spans fields of industry including entertainment, telecommunications, energy, consumer goods, and the nonprofit sector at companies such as AT&T, Pacific Gas & Electric, TechSoup Global, and Nickelodeon.
Kreutzer received a BA double-major in both English Literature and Fine Art at the University of Colorado and earned an MBA at the University of San Francisco.