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To the Baloonr team, Amanda brings skills and experience in leadership, business, project management, communications, and marketing. She is a public health communications and policy consultant with a DC-based firm, supporting both EPA and CDC. She has managed a range of projects related to building a network of communities delivering asthma care services, engaging tribal members and professionals in developing strategies to protect indoor environmental health, and developing technical guidance to ensure occupant health is protected during home energy upgrades. Amanda was recently selected to participate in the inaugural, QIT Health Innovators Fellowship class and co-led a showcase-winning team in the national Health Design Challenge. She has a Master of Science in Public Health from UNC–Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health and a BA from Dartmouth College.
To the Baloonr team, Noah brings the ability to execute on a vision and the technical skill set and expertise (front-end, back-end, user-centered design). He is a User Experience Designer at IBM. In August 2013, Noah graduated with his Master of Human-Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to graduate school, he worked as a political web design and development consultant for a DC-based firm, managing and creating websites for national non-profit campaigns, state political parties, and US Senatorial and Congressional offices. Noah also developed a web-based Tibetan-language learning tool that was presented to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.