Jamie Joyce has a background in non-profit management. She left her position as COO of an international sustainability organization to work full time on her founding non-profit programs. She’s a passionate patriot who wants to create tech to both defend and reinvent the democratic process. She studied sociology and is responsible for directing the Society Library’s research and analysis teams.
Sharon has inspired and organized communities all around the globe - in both developed and developing nations. As a Program Director, she has developed and implemented action-oriented service-learning programs in partnership with both private and public Universities in the southeast region of the United States, and has developed a Community Organizer Training curriculum for an International UN accredited NGO, which she has executed around the United States, Rwanda, and Nepal, while also personally mentoring youth leaders around the globe.
Tim High is a software developer with over 20 years of experience, and has been a senior engineer, team lead and CTO of several successful startups. He has been developing decision-making and debate tools since 2008.
Kevin is a developer and law student at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. He has been developing the tools needed to compile and sort information for the Great American Debate and the Society Library. He calls his work argument relational mapping. Kevin is also a member of Canonical Debate Lab
Stephen Wicklund is the founder of Debate Map. He’s passionate about using software to collect and organize the information that is spread out among forum threads, wiki pages, and individuals in order to bring them together into a community-edited, tree-based structure that's easier to traverse and explore. Stephen commits his technology to the Society Library’s programs and projects and works with our research teams to keep his tech ever evolving to suit the Society Library’s needs.
Flor Matias has been a dedicated volunteer for the Society Library helping with everything from social media, to data processing, to administrative work. Professionally, Flor is an incredible - like really incredible - massage therapist, and takes care of the team each week (who have been feeling the pinch from sitting in front of computers all day).
Logan is a professional writer and writes grants, articles, social media posts and edits students’ works at the Society Library. Logan also performs research and works with our fundraising teams to draft compelling stories which articulate the social challenges that the Society Library addresses.