We work at the nexus of strategy, design, and technology
At heart, we are entrepreneurs and business-builders who love using digital tools to move ventures forward. We do our best work where business, design, and technology intersect, a function of our own complimentary backgrounds but also our conviction that the best solutions usually involve all three. Whether we’re working with established companies or startups, we bring our entire team and pride ourselves on taking a fun, collaborative, solutions-oriented approach.
Strategy guru, entrepreneur, and former consultant, Amanda thrives on cutting through the chaos and creating great solutions for small and large problems alike. She was also solving big data problems before it was cool and also knows her way around a variety of tech stacks. When not helping clients solve thorny problems, you can find her running or taking photographs. Amanda is a graduate of Princeton and holds an MBA from Yale.
Serial entrepreneur, developer, former Dean at Harvard, Jonas has worn many hats over the years. He loves supporting mission-driven organizations and startups. And writing code. And working with great people to solve problems. When not in front of his computer he’s usually rustling up coffee (good bet) or perhaps headed out for a run (somewhat less good bet). He’s also passionate about web technology, innovation, and strategy. Jonas holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Haverford College and Harvard, respectively, and received his MBA from Yale.
Chelsea Acosta Patel
Designer, anthropologist, and strategist, Chelsea plays at the collision of design and business. She relishes transforming ambiguity into clarity through images and plain ol’ English. She thinks human-centered-design is a buzzword (what else would we design for, rocks?). A hockey goalie at heart, she keeps her cool through any situation… except unexpectedly running out of coffee beans. Chelsea is a graduate of Cornell and holds an MBA from Yale.
Finn has mastered being able to weigh in throughout the day, and gracefully fall asleep during the most riveting parts of the conversation.