Who We Are
Leadership & Key People
Joseph M. Collard
Chief Technology Officer
Combining more than 10 years of enterprise architecture and full-stack development experience with an extensive background in deep learning neural networks, natural language processing, and regression & clustering algorithms, Joe successfully delivers end-to-end solutions that leverage artificial intelligence to transform the way companies use data.
Development, Engineering, and Artificial Intelligence
at Los Alamos National Lab, Sandia National Laboratories, Frito-Lay, and Facebook
Dr. Thomas F. Lorenc
Chief Data Scientist
An expert in the field of artificial intelligence with an extensive background developing machine learning algorithms. Tom uses his PhD from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to apply mathematical and scientific principles to all his solutions.
Bear Stearns, JP Morgan, and co-founder of numerous startups, including The Orchard (acquired by Sony Music) and Grey Jean Technologies (acquired by Walmart)
Richard C. Ferro
Head of Insurance Solutions
Thomas F. Geiger
Head of Product & Partner Integrations
A veteran product development consultant, Tom’s extensive career includes leading large, multi-year projects for Fortune 100 companies and high-tech firms. Tom transforms product ideas into successful projects while aligning financial implications, marketing needs, and strategic business objectives.
Moody’s Analytic, VP of Business Systems, Banking & Financial Grp | Accenture, VP of Business Systems Integration
Aetna, Bank of America, The Depository Trust and
Clearing Corp., The Hartford, Liberty Mutual, MassMutual
Walter J. Kawecki, III
Founder & CEO
As Founder and CEO of VoterLabs, Inc. and Axilient, Inc., Walter has led the creation and launch of data powered technology that brings microtargeting and audience profiling capabilities to businesses, nonprofits, and political organizations.
Before VoterLabs, Walter spent over 15 years as a political consultant, specializing in microtargeting and messaging. Walter has worked with hundreds of candidates and organizations – including several U.S. Presidential campaigns – developing and deploying new approaches to microtargeting and messaging, and deploying new strategies for engagement and turnout.
Walter also holds 4 patents encompassing offline identity resolution for digital communications, and machine learning for population modeling & microtargeting.