Eric Goldhagen is a Senior Partner and media technology analyst at Openflows. Drawing on 20 years of media and networking technology experience, he is responsible for managing Openflows' day-to-day operations and many of our larger projects. In his non-work hours, Eric coordinates a free public-access computer center at ABC No Rio, a community-arts center in Manhattan.
Mark Libkuman is an open source project developer. He specializes in free software, project management, interface design/programming, and database architecture/programming. Mark has been a worker at Openflows since 2005 and an owner since 2010. Prior to working with Openflows, Mark worked for Upoc Networks for five years, building community applications for mobile users. Mark also volunteers with the Information and Communication Working Group of the United States Social Forum previously held in Atlanta of 2007 and in Detroit in 2010. When not working he chases after brass bands in random corners of New York City and the rest of the world. Mark holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Michigan.
Felix Stalder is a co-founder and director of Openflows' research activities. Felix holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto and has been lecturing and publishing across North America and Europe on social and business aspects of Open Source.
Daniel Kahn Gillmor is a software developer and technology advisor with a focus on security and systems integration, and on the social and societal consequences of tool choice. When he's not hacking software, he is often riding his bike or tinkering with cheap or second-hand hardware.
Hadassah Damien is a technologist, catalog software developer, and communications specialist at OpenFlows. She holds an MA in American Studies and a Certificate in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy from the CUNY Graduate Center. She blogs about digital humanities, art, and democratic uses of technology here at OpenFlows, and at Femmetech.