A community activist, technologist, user experience and design professional.
George has a BS and MS in Computer Science from Virginia Tech with an emphasis in Human Computer Interaction.
He spent much of his early career developing technology for people with disabilities and has worked with companies like Daylert, IBM, ESO Solutions and HomeAway.
He serves as a board member of City of Austin Volunteer & Service, Austin Convention Center and Visitor’s Bureau, KLRU (Local PBS) Advisory Board, Open Door Preschool, and was a
City Commissioner for Austin Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities. George is a TEDxAustin speaker, SXSW Dewey Honoree, and he and GivePulse have recently been honored for their work as White House Champions for Change.
A community volunteer and technologist. He has a BS in Physics from Carnegie Mellon University and studied Computer Science in
graduate school at the University of Illinois at Chicago. James co-founded the startup Flocasts which
is a social network and portal for sports, including Track and Field, Wrestling, Swimming, and Gymnastics.
After Flocasts, James joined Epicom, a leading CRM consulting, development and integration firm where he spent three years before joining GivePulse. James is a White House Champion for Change and has been an active speaker for NTEN and DOVIA.