For over 6 years, Manu has designed and built products used by thousands of organizations at highly transformative companies such as Planet Labs and DroneDeploy. His interests range from artificial intelligence to clean energy, aviation and space exploration.
Dan was previously an Engineering Manager at DroneDeploy where he started and grew their platform to more than 100 integrations. Dan is a technologist recognized in Forbes 30 under 30 and a youth national chess champion.
Brian is an accomplished aerospace engineer, data scientist and software developer turned serial entrepreneur. He began his career doing aerodynamics, testing and flight certification of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Afterward, he built an Aerospace company that put hardware on the International Space Station and is recognized by Forbes 30 under 30 for transforming enterprise technology with machine intelligence.
David is leading design at Labelbox. He was previously design director at Dropbox and the co-founder of Readmill, a social reading app, which was acquired by Dropbox.
Kyle is best known for his love of wizard rock and the JVM. He grew up listening to Styx, Journey, and eating hoagies at Wawa outside of Philadelphia. He got his bachelor's degree in Information Systems at Carnegie Mellon and prior to Labelbox, Kyle worked at Palantir as a Privacy & Civil Liberties Engineer where he implemented a number of GDPR compliant systems across the EU. He dabbles in long distance running and is a self-proclaimed beer snob.
Nathana Sharma is General Counsel at Labelbox. Previously, she worked at Singularity University, Enlitic, Gunderson Dettmer, the Israeli Supreme Court and the Center for Creative Technologies. Nathana is a Fulbright Scholar and a JD/MBA graduate of the Yale Law School and the Yale School of Management.
Craig is building out marketing at Labelbox. Prior to joining the team, he was responsible for enterprise product marketing at GitHub leading up to the acquisition. Before he received his MBA from MIT Sloan, he worked in the NYC Mayor's Office under Mike Bloomberg and had studied counterterrorism at NYU. You can catch Craig around the office for interesting conversations on his side projects including writing movies and learning how to race cars.
Connor began writing software to pay off crushing student loan debt accrued while reading lots of philosophy, literature, and the history of maths and science at a tiny liberal arts college in the middle of nowhere. He quickly fell in love with bending machines to his will and now gleefully works toward their enlightenment. He spends his wakeful moments reflecting on the union of technical and philosophical issues facing machine learning because he didn't like The Matrix enough to want to be in it. He loves climbing and cooking but hates getting up early and having to pick what to make.
Alex is an energetic engineer with a thoughtful and playful personality. He finds meaning in the relationships and experiences with the people around him. Tell him you want to play billiards and get ready to exchange laughter and explore new ideas.
Luis Morales is a lifelong programmer, site reliability engineer, DevOps, and maker. Before Labelbox, Luis worked as a DevOps Engineer at ZincIO and Site Reliability Engineer at DroneDeploy before that, speaking, writing, consulting, and very much not getting rich during Web 1.0. Luis has worked on a whole lot of web sites you’ve probably never heard of.
Mac is passionate about working with prospects and customers to understand labeling needs and working together with them to determine the best solution. Prior to joining Labelbox, Mac studied Marketing at the University of Arizona, Eller College of Management. He's worked in sales at Domino Data Lab, UserTesting, and the Sacramento Kings. He's originally from the Bay Area and in his free time, he enjoys watching/playing sports and spending time outside.
A Bay Area native, Ali works as the sales lead at Labelbox. He enjoys working with customers to understand their business problems and discovering how Labelbox can solve them. Ali has worked in sales within the tech space for the past six years. Ali enjoys making people laugh at all times of day, even sometimes against their will.
Jackie is constantly perplexed by the conundrum of becoming a futurist vs. wanting to live in the 1940’s. Previously, Jackie was a founding team member at a space launch start-up and chief of staff at a cryptocurrency hedge fund. A seafarer who is more comfortable on the water than on land, she is energized by solving real-life problems in the most unchartered of waters. Jackie graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in International Affairs and Anthropology.
John is our front line for resolving problems faced by our customers, leaving them capable of focusing their efforts on dealing with the technical side of computer vision, and making sure that Labelbox blends seamlessly into their workflow. He got his bachelor’s degree in Applied Math at UC Berkeley, and developed his customer service skills in the San Francisco cocktail scene during a remarkable bout of patience waiting for a security clearance. John joined Labelbox shortly after he got tired of waiting, and now uses the skills he gained to make pastries and drinks for his coworkers, and provide good experience to our customers.
Cyrus is best understood by his priorities: first to his wife and daughter, second to his gym, and third to quality donuts. In the office he’s known for making world-class pancakes, and improving morale (through baby pictures, among other things). When he’s at work, Cyrus brings his long history of industrial optimization and data science to the goal of ensuring the success of the computer vision teams using Labelbox. He got his degree in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle, and just moved to California from his home in Florida. He’s the person you go to if you want to know usage volume, or if you need someone to find you a great deal on a pair of headphones
Ryan is best known for his love of Rust and (mostly breakfast) burritos. Born in Boston and raised in DC, Ryan’s a lifelong New England Patriots fan who’s now seen so many Super Bowls that he can’t be bothered to watch any regular season games. After studying Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon, he worked at Cisco (ask him about his love of GWT) followed by a couple startups (CircleUp and DroneDeploy). Outside of Labelbox, you’ll either catch him behind the decks or spending time with his Son (read: dog), Koal Slaw Quinn.
Full stack is probably the best way to describe Nikki. After embracing the arts in her youth, Nikki discovered engineering inadvertently at UC Santa Barbara while co-creating mutant bicycle contraptions. Shortly thereafter she got a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech. The combination of her working with robotics applications at the JPL, Oregon State’s RDML and a computer vision course eventually led her to software engineering. After graduating, she joined DroneDeploy where she worked with image processing as well as frontend development.
Kyle is a Gradient rotator currently assigned to Labelbox. He has been at Google over 11 years where he has lead teams developing high-performance distributed systems and computer vision products for ads measurement. Kyle grew up in Wisconsin and studied at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Kyle has a PhD in computer architecture.
Prior to starting Gradient Ventures, Anna was Google’s Vice President of Engineering in AI - integrating AI into products across Google. She also serves on the Board of Directors at Square, Inc.
Peter is a research scientist at Open AI. Previously, he led machine learning at Dropbox. Peter co-founded Anchovi Labs, a startup using computer vision to organize photos which was later acquired by Dropbox. He holds a PhD in computer vision from Caltech.
Carolyn is a Sr. Enterprise Account Executive at Labelbox. Prior to that, she spent her career working at hyper-growth startups such as Groupon, Uptake, and Amplitude. Carolyn is a transplant from the midwest and has enjoyed taking advantage of the year round nice weather.
Rob is an enterprise software professional with eight years of working at early-stage startup companies. After a successful stint at ForgeRock, Rob traveled 6 months in Australia and Asia while starting his own online company. During his free time, you can find him at concerts or enjoying the great outdoor activities the bay area has to offer.
Clarice is a Machine Learning Support Engineer with a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from UC Davis. She enjoys working on problems which give new perspectives; at Labelbox, this means seeing the platform through the eyes of users, and helping them optimize Labelbox for their specific ML goals. In her free time, you might find her exploring (and probably critiquing) a new novel or watching Frasier.
Abby has enthusiastically joined the team at Labelbox as executive assistant, bringing over a decade of experience in people management and operations. As a passionate problem solver and natural empath, Abby seeks to find a creative approach to every aspect of life, putting her art school education to good use. Abby likes short walks to the dog park and bombing the hills of San Francisco on an electric scooter.
As a technical writer, Alexandra (Alex) combines her expertise in writing, her curiosity for complex software applications, and her passion for educating others. Previously, she was a Senior Technical Writer at Cruise where she documented the autonomous vehicle’s Perception features and Cruise's in-house labeling tools. Outside of work, Alex loves backpacking/camping, running long distances, eating pizza, reading books, singing in the car, and traveling.
Alex likes working with web technologies and building interfaces users love. He's passionate about the web platform and enjoys building apps that challenge perceptions about what web apps can and can't do. Alex lives in Nebraska and enjoys reading, running, and working on weird artsy projects.
Nick found his love for crafting fun web experiences while building chemistry apps in between his Computer Science classes at UT Austin. He previously worked at StreamMe developing a social streaming platform. Outside of work you’ll find Nick trying to make groovy electronic music, climbing rocks in Joshua Tree, or adding too many logs to the campfire.