A rebuttal to a recent report for removing per diems. Or, in short, the developing world is not our free sandbox.
Proud to announce that I'll be joining the second round of PIFs, the White House's startup for better technology is government.
After months of incubating our next venture Ushahidi is launching BRCK, our backup generator for the Internet.
Hi, thanks for stopping by my site. Little bit about me: I have over ten years of experience managing effective communications teams and developing online products across non-profit, government, and private sector companies, from large institutes to smaller and more agile development shops. I lead technical and community-oriented initiatives, create scalable web services, and specialize in data management and visualization.
Please feel free to browse through my online CV here or click the download link on the left to get a good, ol' fashioned PDF. I am currently based in Washington, DC, USA.
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- Baker, Robert and George Chamales. 2011. Securing Crisis Maps in Conflict Zones. Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC), 2011 IEEE, Seattle, WA. Available online.