Harold studied mathematics, computer science, and electrical engineering at MIT before coming to New York. He now works at Ringly, building software that talks to smart jewelry. He used to build guitar pedals as a hobby, but is now using those skills for civic good instead of musical evil, building Heat Seek's sensor systems.
Jesse is a data scientist and software engineer who has worked for a number of tech startups in both New York City and Boston. A native of Maine, he received his bachelor's degree in Computer Science while studying in Canada and believes that organizations and companies like Heat Seek NYC can make a profound and positive impact on our world through the use of innovative technology and data analysis. He is strongly committed to Heat Seek's mission and excited to be part of a brilliant and passionate team.
Emily is a freelance data visualizer based in Brooklyn, New York.
Bryan is a social psychology graduate student at NYU. He is a fan of open science, works in Python and R, plays the guitar, and likes broccoli. His goal is to help people make better decisions using data, and he thinks Ruby is the cutest programming language. In his free time, he asks people on the internet stupid questions like whether dinosaurs have souls.