Consulting Developer, 2019-Present
Tim received his BS from Florida State University in 2005, with a double major in Business Administration and Finance. Starting his career at an investment management firm in New York City, Tim developed a passion for data analytics, information systems, and programming, eventually making the leap to become an independent consultant and developer. Tim started his relationship with CMAC in 2016 and has felt privileged to be involved in such meaningful and wide-reaching work.
Creative Solutions Designer, 2020-Present
George is a software engineer and computer scientist with a keen interest in utilizing computational methods to learn about and solve socially complex problems. As CMAC’s Creative Solutions Designer, George drives the technical side of CMAC’s radically interdisciplinary projects with methods such as social modelling and simulation, machine learning, data analytics, database management, crowdsourcing, and web development. With a BS and MS in Computer Science from Case Western Reserve University, and prior work experience at Google and Epic Systems Corporation, George has a strong background in a variety of technical topics, including machine learning, artificial intelligence, Android development, crowdsource applications, network analysis, and database systems. At CMAC, George is excited to apply his software and tech skills for social good.
Deputy Director of Operations & Development, 2019-present
Kippy has held leadership positions in marketing and development throughout Maine, leading campaigns raising more than $10 million at Portland Stage Company, Portland Museum of Art, and the Bowdoin International Music Festival. She has also been an executive director for an opera company and an alternative music venue, as well as with VSA arts of Maine, a statewide arts and disability advocacy organization affiliated with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. At VSA, she led a network serving 700 artists, regularly lobbying at the state and federal level for increased funding for arts education, standards-based arts education, and increased accessibility to the arts. She relocated to Boston to serve as the deputy director of MASS Creative, where she oversaw the legal, financial and administrative aspects of the organization. She earned her BA in art from Drew University and has exhibited as a visual artist.
Communications Manager, 2019-Present
Nicole received her BA in Photography and minor in English Writing from Montana State University. She has quickly gained a passion for impactful nonprofit work and the storytelling power of visuals combined with text after working in the newspaper industry and serving a year in the AmeriCorps VISTA Program in New Hampshire as a Graphic Design and Communications Coordinator. Nicole is excited to find new and effective ways to share CMAC’s mission and research.