Cam Snaith
Co-Founder + Principal

Cam is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who's obsessed with empowering individuals to make their own path in the world. He was the founder and founding chairman of Giving Opportunities To Others, a youth-focused non-profit in the arts. He has worked as a marketing professional at PepsiCo and the National Basketball Association and is currently a Research Affiliate with the MIT Media Lab's Social Computing group. Cam was born in Hamilton, Bermuda and received his MS in Strategic Communication from Columbia University, and an AB in English from Princeton University.


Jay Liddell
Co-Founder + Principal

Jay's prior career tour-of-duty includes work as design engineer & project manager for an alternative-energy startup, various structuring roles in fixed-income derivatives, and as a founding member and Chairman of Giving Opportunities To Others, a youth-focused non-profit in the arts. Jay currently serves as a Research Affiliate in the Social Computing group at the MIT Media Lab and spends the rest of his free time racing bicycles and playing with LEGO. Born and raised in Pickering, Ontario, Canada, Jay received his B.Sc. in Aerospace Engineering from Princeton University.


Sep Kamvar

Sep is a computer scientist and artist, whose work focuses on the relationship between algorithms and people. He was the founder and CEO of Kaltix, a personalized search engine that was acquired by Google, where he then served as head of personalization from 2003-2007. He has also been a professor at Stanford and MIT, and is the author of three books and over 40 technical publications and patents in the fields of search and social computing. He is on the technical advisory boards of several companies, and his artwork has been exhibited worldwide, including at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens. Kamvar received his PhD in Scientific Computing and Computational Mathematics from Stanford University, and an AB in Chemistry from Princeton University.