Alex hails from New York City and Maine and her background working with educational art institutions and social justice based organizations has built the foundation for her place at Burke Software and Consulting. She is passionate about open access to educational tools and the combination of art and technology.
When she isn’t working, Alex spends her time cooking, walking her dog, painting and editing documentary video.
Founder of Burke Software. David got involved with education technology as a Jesuit Volunteer. He serves as the lead software engineer and was the original developer of Schooldriver and other open source applications. To view some of David’s work, visit the Burke Software GitHub page. David’s open source projects have been downloaded by thousands of people around the world.
David has been quoted in InformationWeek Education for his work building a 25 seat computer lab for $2000 and has been described as a “pioneer in terms of getting educational institutions to rethink how they use technology."
From The Bronx, New York, Marvin comes from a diverse technical background. Although new to working with Linux systems, he is eager to learn and excited to be apart of the team. Currently, he enjoys working with and developing web applications, messing around with game development, and playing online games.