Mr. Grayson Dill is our Mathematician in Residence and teaches a seminar course for our undergraduate and graduate students. Grayson is an SVP and Client Quantitative Analytics Manager at Bank of America, where he leads analytics strategy for the Consumer and Small Business financial crimes compliance program. He is also currently serving a two-year term on UNC-Charlotte's Mathematics and Statistics faculty as Mathematician in Residence, and is on the UNC-Charlotte College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Alumni Council. Outside of banking, Grayson is an outdoors enthusiast with special interests in endurance sports, mountaineering, and wilderness medicine. He is a member of the American Alpine Club and New York Road Runners, is a Wilderness EMT, and is a member of the Wilderness Medicine faculty at the National Outdoors Leadership School. Grayson has a BA in History from UNC-Chapel Hill. Post-baccalaureate study brought him to UNC-Charlotte, where he obtained BAs in Political Science and Mathematics and a BS in Economics. He also has an MS in Applied Economics from The Johns Hopkins University.