Judges for TechCode's AI Hackathon:


Ken Rosenberg – Mayor of Mountain View


Shawn Flynn – Business Development Manager TechCode

Shawn spent over 4 years living and conducting business in Beijing, China.  After successfully founding and growing a profitable education company, he has since moved back to San Francisco to invest his experience, connections, and resources back into the startup ecosystem.  Shawn is passionate about building a bridge that connects Silicon Valley and the rest of the world. 


Dawn Maher – Chief Evangelist of Mountain View Chamber of Commerce

Dawn is Chief Evangelist and VP of Engagement & Partnership for the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce.  The Chamber connects, promotes and advocates on behalf of over 600 member businesses representing 40,000 employees.  An accomplished Senior Relationship Manager for both Fortune 500 and private companies, Dawn has extensive experience creating and managing cross-platform campaigns to increase profitability, build long-term strategic partnerships and drive customer retention. 

 


Aaron Miller – Director of Solutions Engineering agent.ai

Aaron comes to us from Agent.ai, where he is the Director of Solutions Engineering. Before working on AI, his biggest technical thrill was meeting the inventors of the spreadsheet, Bob Frankston and Dan Bricklin, as well as Niklaus Wirth, the creator of the first programming language Aaron used, Pascal.


Ashley Clark

Ashley Clark is an Aerospace Robotics Engineer from Seattle, Washington. She’s worked at a full range of Aerospace companies; including large corporations, small companies, and the government. With a background in test engineering, real-time data processing, and control systems, she currently works part time as a spacecraft Guidance, Navigation, and Controls Engineer. With half of her time, she is pursuing her PhD at Stanford, focusing on advanced computer vision techniques and developing algorithms for mapping asteroids using lasers. In the other other half of her time, she can be found in musical theatre rehearsals, at the ballet studio, or cheering on her favorite football teams.