Jorge was born in Mexico and raised in Southern California. Jorge has a BS in Operations Management and MS in Information Systems from Northeastern University. He also has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Currently, Jorge is a Director of Core Processes, in the Advanced Data & Analytics department at National Grid.
Jorge is co-author of several papers on advanced analytics including Resource Allocation Under Uncertainty and Improving Emergency Storm Planning using Machine Learning. Jorge has presented on these subjects including the predictive storm damage model at several utility conferences, state government conferences, the IEEE, sustainability and resiliency conferences, and the White House Climate Datapalooza. In 2014, Jorge was honored by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce as one of Ten Outstanding Young Leaders.