MeshPower is an exciting startup from the UK, dedicated to bringing electricity services to rural communities living offgrid. We use smart, internet connected solar microgrids to supply services ranging from lighting and phone charging, to TVs and more. We are scaling up our presence in Rwanda and need driven individuals to join and shape our Rwandan operations team.
To apply please email your CV to:email@example.com, along with an essay describing the benefits that electrification can bring to offgrid communities (maximum 300 words).
Organising the engineering office. This includes:
Shipra Kayan is currently mentoring THINK's incubatees and has accepted to mentor at kLab. She is a typical technical mentor- and we have got a lot of requests for this kind of mentorship. She will be at kLab this Thursday (20 August 2015) from 2PM- 5PM. Check out her profile below and If you are interested in meeting her, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Masters in Human Computer Interaction | GPA 3.7, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA | September 2005. Bachelors in Information Technology | 1st Class, University of Delhi, India | April 2004.
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Upwork, San Francisco, CA | May 2015 to present formerly oDesk, Elance-oDesk User Experience Research Lead: I am gathering and distributing customer behavior insights across the product, design and marketing teams. Elance-oDesk, Mountain View, CA | January 2010 to May 2015 formerly oDesk Interaction Designer: I researched, designed, and even product managed various projects on oDesk.com, from working with economists and data scientists to improve the search experience, all the way to re-thinking the Information Architecture. I employed Personas and Experience maps to align the product team around our top customers and their problems. Oracle Corp. Redwood Shores, CA | October 2005 to December 2009 Interaction Designer: I solved complex design problems with enterprise level financial and project management software.
Name: Rob Rickard.
Industry: IT and Business.
Area of Expertise: For kLab: Business Development & Process Building.
About Me: I am pretty well known at kLab. I try to not focus on code development. As a mentor, i have helped with the 'business side' of start ups. I also have mentored on design and graphics as well as branding.My plans are to start a new program with kLab for start-ups and their software projects. I want to take mentoring to the next level as a full time mentor at kLab with a structured program. The focus will be to build a business culture that produces a finished product.
Send us an email at email@example.com. We will connect you to Rob!