Ph.D.Founder & CEO
Prior to founding Speakalyze, Louis spent 20 years working with audio testimonials and stories of victims of mass atrocity in dozens of countries. He helped design strategies for remembering the past through narrative and story. Most recently, he managed the global human rights program of the Ford Foundation. He is an adjunct professor at Columbia University and New York University, and received a Ph.D. from McGill University and a Master's degree from the New School, both in Political Science.
DANA SPIEGELChief Technology Officer
Dana is the co-founder and CTO of FounderTherapy, and has played a central role in launching over 20 technology startups in NYC. Previously, he was the VP of Product and Engineering at Axial, which operates a private network for qualified buyers and sellers of privately held businesses. Dana has a Bachelor's Degree in Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Artificial Intelligence from MIT and a Master's degree from the MIT Media Lab.
Chief Product Officer
Brian Tait —Product and Business Development--focuses on holistic product development, sales operations development and optimization, and user acquisition strategy and development. Previously, Brian built and launched profitable outsourced Sales and Customer Service Operations for a number of technology and software companies, including HP, Intuit, Polycom and ADP.
Marijana Toma is a historian and transitional justice consultant. She was the Deputy Executive Director at the Humanitarian Law Centre between 2012-2016, where she worked on documenting war crimes, oral history, forced disappearances and transitional justice. During the past 14 years, she has been involved in numerous transitional justice projects in the region and internationally.
Karen specializes in building startups and software products that are addressing social and environmental challenges. She has helped to build 7 software startups, consulted on sustainability issues for Fortune 500 companies, founded and managed her own startup and a local economic development organization, and has taught sustainability and business courses at several universities. She has an MBA in Sustainable Management from Presidio Graduate School and a Master’s degree from RIT.
Eduardo Gonzalez is a human rights consultant and sociologist, specializing in transitional justice. A Peruvian national, he participated in his country’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Since then, he has contributed to the establishment and operations of truth and reconciliation processes in about 20 countries, providing technical and strategic advice. (gonzalezc.com)
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