Carrie Grimes Bostock is currently a Distinguished Engineer at Google, working on data driven resource planning, cost analysis, and distributed cluster management software as part of the Technical Infrastructure group. She joined Google in 2003, and spent most of the last 12 years working in Search and Search infrastructure on statistical and engineering problems in crawling and indexing quality, ranking evaluation, and forecasting. She graduated from Harvard with an A.B. in Anthropology/Archaeology in 1998, and an interest in quantitative methods for dealing with disparate data. She received a PhD at Stanford in 2003 in Statistics after working with David Donoho on Nonlinear Dimensionality Reduction problems.