Adam is an experienced software developer and an active contributor and maintainer of several open-source software projects. He was part of the inaugural Presidential Innovation Fellowship class, where he worked on Project RFP-EZ.
Before joining DOBT, Josh worked for the World Bank Group, Google and UNICEF Innovations, helping governments use technology to become more effective and inclusive. He is completing a PhD at Princeton University and has competed in several ultra-marathons.
Clay was previously one of the founders of Blue State Digital, the firm that built and managed Barack Obama’s online campaign for the presidency in 2008. Since 2008, he has worked on opening government, both as the Director of Sunlight Labs and as an inaugural Presidential Innovation Fellow leading the RFP-EZ project, a federal experiment in procurement innovation.
Aviv Nitsan has been programming since age twelve and has worked on a variety of projects in several different languages. He's also a graduate of UC Berkeley’s Comparative Literature program, where he wrote his honors thesis on rap as aural literature.
Throughout his career, Josh has worked on designing beautiful enterprise software. He is passionate about organizational culture, empathy, systems thinking, and creative synthesis.
Kari is a writer and developer who contributes regularly to KQED and organizes the Sacramento chapter of Maptime. Previously, she raised funds for community-based organizations and served as a fellow at The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. She is a graduate of Pomona College.