Ed Mansouri is the architect behind WeatherSTEM.
Ed's mission for WeatherSTEM is to build an extraordinary weather information platform that ties together health and safety, athletics, and education.
Ed earned Bachelors degrees in both Meteorology and Engineering from Penn State University and a Masters degree in Meteorology from Florida State University.
Prior to launching WeatherSTEM in 2015, Ed ran Ucompass, a successful e-learning software company where he authored many successful software titles including the Educator Learning Management System as well as a patented content management platform called Octane.
With Ed at the helm, Ucompass generated over $50M US in sales and served over 4 million students.
As CEO and Founder of WeatherSTEM, Ed has blended his passion for weather with his experience as a technology innovator.
Send Ed an e-mail at email@example.com.
Luke Hunnewell is responsible for overseeing the hardware and instrumentation side of WeatherSTEM.
He oversees field operations to ensure all WeatherSTEM units are fully operational and transmitting accurate, reliable data to our web, mobile, and social media platform.
Luke has over 20 years experience managing large scale electronics hardware integration and automation.
Luke can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raegan Boyd is helping drive WeatherSTEM's success in multiple industries including education, health/safety, athletics, and agriculture.
Raegan holds a BS degree in Actuarial Science from Florida State University. She is instrumental in helping WeatherSTEM tailor service plans that provide our customers the maximum product and services at the lowest cost.
Raegan can be reached at email@example.com.
Jake Tobin is WeatherSTEM's resident interaction designer/developer, crafting the experiences and interfaces for the WeatherSTEM mobile application.
Jake is self-taught in all aspects of digital media, with close to a decade of experience in front end development, print, and digital design.
Jake can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Melissa Griffin serves as a Curriculum Innovator, and assists in the development of the weather and climate focused curriculum for the WeatherSTEM platform.
She has a degree in meteorology from Florida State University and has published multiple peer-reviewed research papers on climate impacts on the Southeastern United States.
Melissa can be reached at email@example.com.