Welcoming New Team Members
Bringing together the right kind of people to build and market the right products is a key challenge for any startup. We’re excited to announce the addition of four new hires–three engineers and a marketing pro–who bring to the team a breadth of experience and share a common passion for what they do best.
As we grow, both as a team and as a company, Adam, Nissa, Sam and Julius will become essential contributors to making AirSwap a reality. You’ll be hearing more from them on our blog and around the web, so keep an eye out. Please extend a warm welcome, and if you haven’t already, meet the rest of our team on the AirSwap website.
Adam has over 7 years of experience in both technology and finance. He has built solutions for mobile apps at scale–over 100M requests per day–and has two mobile app company exits. He was a licensed financial advisor and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in Finance.
Nissa is a public affairs professional with over 7 years of experience working with tech startups and giants including Google, AT&T, Visa and others. She led the Colorado Technology Association’s efforts to pass legislation to allow companies like Lyft and Uber to legally operate. Colorado was the first state to pass this type policy, which became known as “The Colorado Solution”.
Sam is a software engineer with 8 years of experience in the industry, specializing in frontend development. At Spotify, he lead a team of engineers in building platforms on the bleeding edge of interactive big data analytics. He holds a B.S. in Mathematics and a B.A. in Computer Science from the University of Iowa.
Julius has a Bachelor’s in Computational Neuroscience and a Master’s in CS with a focus on Intelligent Systems from the Technical University of Berlin. He has 4 years of experience working for the mobile learning startup Blinkist.com, distilling insights from non-fiction books into summaries. He also has experience working with the Eth-Dev Office in Berlin, contributing to the solidity compiler.