As co-founding Executive Director of Xalgorithms, Joseph is responsible for oughtomation system design, theoretical research and use case integration. His 30-year career in applied economics and free/libre/open informatics involved inventive business analysis and design for companies, governments, multilaterals and foundations.
Don Kelly is a full-stack systems designer and developer who leads oughtomation technical specifications and implemenation, and coaches the developer community. Don is a creative veteran programmer with experience in diverse projects at all layers including network, kernel, mobile, microservices, containers, data-oriented programming, and domain-specific languages.
Drawing upon 30 years as the founding President and CTO of a firm that specializes in high-volume rule-based transaction processing for several of the world's largest banks, credit card companies and insurance firms, Bill serves as co-founding Chair of the Xalgorithms Foundation, providing technical guidance on tabular declarative programming methods.
Deja has been contributing to Xalgorithims since the beginning of 2021, collaborating on Geographic Information System (GIS) data implementation in the Earth Reserve Assurance (ERA) design and communicating her journey and through blogs. Deja is an Environmental Planner and avid environmentalist.
Since 2016, Craig has cultivated a novel model of global trade regulation - 'Trade Policy 3.0', enabled by 'an Internet of Rules' - arising through Xalgorithms' applied R&D. He has outlined its game-changing significance for trade and data governance in a series of articles in prominent publications, including for the London School of Economics, the World Economic Forum and the World Trade Organization.
Nhamo uses the right tools for the problem at hand. With a background in statistics, computing and computational intelligence honed from stints in both academia and the corporate world, he has gained an array of tools which include software development and analytics. He enjoys mentoring and working in teams
Ryan has collaborated on Xalgorithms core technical development and testing since attending a 2018 event co-hosted by Xalgorithms and the Free Software Foundation. He had carried out end-to-end tests, and made an instructional video stepping through the functional sequence line-by-line to show others exactly how it works.
Amanda contributed to Xalgorithms through the Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling at Northwestern University, where she initiated the creation of an agent-based model for the Earth Reserve Assurance (ERA) monetary anchor mechanism. She is currently a student at Northwestern University studying Statistics and Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences (MMSS).
Danielle is a Masters graduate from Simon Fraser University where she specialized in marine biodiversity and conservation and spatial analyses in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Danielle will be supporting the Earth Reserve Framework (ERA) from an ecological and GIS perspective, as well as contributing to the ERA framework through science communication and graphic illustration.
Calvin has contributed conceptually, graphically, and technically in the product design, brand design and front end development spaces for Xalgorithms projects since mid-2019. Calvin is interested in free/libre/open source design processes, and is drawn to designing interfaces that accommodate the complexity of living relationships.
Stéphane Gagnon is Associate Professor in Business Technology Management (BTM) at the Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO). From the inception of Xalgorithms Foundation he has provided formal academic guidance for research relating to theoretical concepts, computational methods, data standards, and practical use cases.
Jacob is a PhD student in the combined computer science + learning sciences program at Northwestern University. He is broadly interested in using computational tools for exploring and modeling complex systems and for helping people learn about them. Since mid-2020 he has led the development of agent-based models to better understand various aspects of the Xalgorithms oughtomation system and Earth Reserve Assurance framework.
Will Conboy is an Economics and Computer Science student at Northwestern University working on the agent based model of the Earth Reserve Assurance.
Keith has served as a strategic business consultant for companies focusing on financial technology and distributed systems and contributes to Xalgorithms as a communications specialist. Keith is an experienced e-commerce marketer and an undergraduate student of advertising management at the University of Miami.
Ted has been collaborating with Xalgorithms since 2020, mainly focussed on supporting the Earth Reserves Assurance by processing large volume of satellite data. He enjoys learning about new topics, especially concerning those that help describe what our world has been and is. He currently works for the Government of Canada.
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