I was conducting a survey with my peers, then realized how narrow the sample was afterwards. So I developed the original product which samples sentences spoken by people on the internet and estimates their stance on an issue. It was accurate enough to surmise that people would choose Rahm over Chuy in the 2015 Chicago Mayoral Race. Since then, I've worked on development, sales, and everything in between.
I've been programming for over 7 years now. I was once on the board of my old high school district's technology committee, helping decide what the best use of the technology budget would be. I work full time on improving the sentiment analysis platform not just for its accuracy, but usability too.
Alex has been working on campaigns since he could first walk so he's no outsider to the problems faced by career politicians. He's also a graduate of the London School of Economics, one of the top schools in the world for his field.
Chase understands what it takes to build good companies from the ground up with his experience at IllinoisVENTURES. His help is instrumental to avoiding many pitfalls that can hurt a fledgling startup.
As an original developer of Apache and Mosaic, Mike has unique experience building software that's the first of its kind. He brings that to the table in our software architecture.
Behind the scenes, we need to make sure our methods are measurable and improvable. Joe helps us refine the high level questions we need to address before we push code to the server