Disaster Tech is excited to announce the addition of three new hires, Jamil Muhammad, Io Flament, and Chris Okerberg, to the Disaster Tech team!
Jamil Muhammad, Senior Customer Success Manager
Jamil Muhammad has a background in Information Technology at Howard University and heads our customer success initiative. He has 10+ years of experience supporting Federal, Nonprofit, and Enterprise level customers.
Getting a life-changing product into the hands of millions of people is his calling and empowering a team to do the above provides him with enormous gratification. At Disaster Tech, he looks forward to having the privilege to indulge in all of the above as he enjoys assisting customers through onboarding, implementation, and beyond.
Io Flament, Data Manager
Io Flament is part of the engineering team at Disaster Tech.She has a background in developing data-driven and AI-powered solutions for research institutions, governments and nonprofit organizations addressing critical social, economic and environmental issues. Prior to joining DTI, she worked as a machine learning engineer at the University of California San Francisco’s Center for Intelligent Imaging, developing AI diagnostic tools to aid medical experts detect musculoskeletal diseases, and optimize diagnostic workflows.
Io is driven by initiatives harnessing the power of technology in the service of society and science, and is an advocate for open-source data and software. She is a member and a former fellow of the Data Science for Social Good Foundation, and actively volunteers for non profit organizations DataKind and Medic Mobile, building open-source digital health solutions that help community health workers in underserved communities identify health risks, optimize resource use, and improve health equity.
Chris Okerberg, Full-Stack Engineer
Chris Okerberg is a Full-stack Software Engineer at Disaster Tech. He has previous experience in developing software for asset sharing marketplaces, online training courses, and interactive museum experiences.
With a background in user experience and interaction design, Chris is fascinated by the intersection of society and technology. Chris has used his over 8 year long career in software development to gain a first-hand understanding of the manner in which technology continues to shape how people view themselves, their possessions and the world around them.
Chris is delighted to contribute to the mission of Disaster Tech, and to pursue the next step in the arc of his interest in the positive impact of technology on human life.