The challenge is over, but it's never too late to have fun with data. If you come up with something cool, please send it to us at submit[at]hubwaydatachallenge.org!
- Gabriel Florit, Boston Globe
- Gabriel Florit makes data visualizations for the Boston Globe. Previously, he wrote software to keep track of trains, fell 200 feet off a mountain, and got lost in Alaska for two years.
- Darcey Moore, Institute of Contemporary Art
- Darcey Moore, Registrar at the ICA and Contemporary Exhibitions, specializes in organizing aesthetic data, creating and re-creating feats of contemporary installation, and riding her bike to bakeries and ice cream shops.
- Irene Ros, Bocoup
- Holly St. Clair, Metropolitan Area Planning Council
- Holly St. Clair is the Director of Data Services at MAPC, where she works to organize, visualize, utilize and democratize data. She is a mother of two and founder of the “Fresh in the Village”, an art and locavore food project.
- Scott Mullen, Hubway
- Scott Mullen is General Manager of Hubway. He previously ran Zipcar’s national university program, and was a member of the LivableStreets Alliance board of directors.
- Sarah Williams, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Sarah Williams, an Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and the Director of the Civic Data Design Project at MIT, employs data visualization and mapping techniques to expose and communicate urban patterns and policy issues to broader audiences. Her work is also part of the permanent collection in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York.
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