We’re shaping the future of industrial environmental compliance
After Yahoo acquired IQ Engines in 2013, Allie worked on integrating IQ Engines’ machine-learning algorithms into Flickr. But she soon grew restless, and began searching for a product she could be passionate about.
As an avid hiker, she saw environmental protection as a noble pursuit — and quickly discovered that helping businesses comply with environmental regulations was an underserved opportunity. She left Yahoo to found Mapistry in 2013 with Ryan.
Allie has published and presented on her computer vision and machine-learning research in multiple publications and conferences. She also holds a patent on Automatic Image Piling, and was named one of the Top 30 Under 30 by GreenBiz.
He led the team that developed the New Jersey protocols for testing and evaluating stormwater treatment devices, and serves on the Water Environment Federation’s national committee for standardizing stormwater practices and products (STEPP). Ryan is a former member of the State of Virginia’s Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse Committee, which is responsible for establishing BMP pollutant removal efficiencies.
In 2015, Ryan was named one of the Top 20 Under 40 in the construction and civil engineering industry by Engineering News-Record, and was also named one of the rising stars in the stormwater industry by Stormwater Solutions. He holds an M.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland and a B.S. in Biology and Geology from Tufts University.
Maya is a recent Cal grad with a B.S. in Molecular Environmental Biology with a focus in Animal Health and Behavior. This unique curriculum gave her a foundation for understanding how organisms function in their environment from a molecular to ecological level. Taking courses under the Environmental Science, Policy and Management Department, she was also able to study the relationship between society and the environment.
Maya has 6 years of experience in the veterinary field and recently made the decision to switch career paths in order to help the community make positive changes in an ever-changing climate. She is excited to begin her career with Mapistry!
A proud generalist, Cassie enjoys bringing together the many aspects of technology to solve business and user needs. Prior to Mapistry, Cassie worked on software to simplify cross-border logistics, led teams building award-winning mobile apps, and once was the copywriter behind the Aflac duck’s tweets.
When not in front of a computer, Cassie is usually running, skiing, or making plans for one of the two. She graduated with a degree in Professional Writing and Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University.
selection and design. She has prepared numerous SWPPPs, and site-specific Stormwater Monitoring Programs; developed and conducted training for NPDES compliance; and conducted over 100 NPDES compliance audits throughout California, Arizona, Colorado, and Nevada.
Growing up in the desert, she was fascinated at a young age by the impact rain has on the environment. She began her career in Nevada, where she focused on stormwater infrastructure projects. After completing her masters, she shifted her work to focus on pollution prevention.
She holds a bachelor’s in civil engineering from the University of Nevada Reno, and a Master in Civil Engineering with a focus on Water Resources from San Diego State University.
She is a UC Berkeley grad with a degree in civil engineering and in her free time, she enjoys hiking, climbing, drinking tea, looking at cute animals, and doing NY Times Crosswords.
Utilizing the art of animation is one of Mat’s favorite ways to differentiate one online experience to the next. Originally, a graphic design major at The International Academy of Design and Technology - Tampa, animation was what inspired him to pursue a career in interactive web design.
While not practicing the fine art of UX, Mat enjoys maintaining a healthy lifestyle, playing the occasional video game, trips to Disney World and hanging with his wife Danielle and their dog Roxy.
Selene has spent the past year and a half working in Fintech and Wealth Management. During this time she worked closely with customers to ensure that their needs were being met. Before this, Selene studied Business at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. Her liberal arts education at Puget Sound introduced her to the different eco-conscious businesses and entrepreneurs who are finding innovative solutions to environmental problems.
Selene has always been passionate about protecting the environment and decided it was time to make a career shift in order to pursue this passion. She is excited to be part of the Mapistry team and helping to make a real difference!
Over the last five years Rachel has worked as an engineering consultant designing stormwater conveyances and BMPs and supporting legal investigations. She has prepared numerous SWPPPs and is an experienced modeler. Rachel’s focus areas include mountain hydrology in support of construction and mining operations, erosion modeling, compost WDR, and BMP benefits and performance. As an engineer at Mapistry she is using her experience with design and regulatory interpretation to develop defensible solutions for pollutant controls.
In her free time Rachel enjoys hiking and camping with her dogs. She is a freelance florist and on occasion enjoys sewing her own clothes. You’ll find Rachel researching the latest regulations, reading a book, or taking a long walk on the San Diego beaches.
Being an outdoor enthusiast, Anastasia deeply cares about the environment and tries to make an impact by volunteering in shore cleanups, making more sustainable consumer choices, participating in local advocacy groups, and just getting the word out about the fragile balance that we have in nature. She is super excited to work at Mapistry and have her professional live inline with her personal goals and interests.
In her free time she follows the wind either windsurfing or hang gliding on the beautiful west coast of British Columbia, Canada. When winter brings calmer air, she can be found playing board games or watching practical engineering or educational channels.
Originally from Kansas City (Missouri), Brett lives with his family in beautiful Kaneohe, Hawai'i, where he developed a deep appreciation for both the beauty and interconnectedness of the natural world, which he is excited to help protect through his work at Mapistry.
When he isn't musing on the long-term implications of adopting a particular technology or refactoring tightly coupled code, Brett enjoys body boarding, hiking and relaxing at the beach with his family, playing grand strategy games, and working in his community.
Lena spends a lot of time thinking about web accessibility and takes pride in being part of making the internet a place that is more accessible to all people. She tries to do that by writing accessible code herself, teaching others, speaking at meetups, and offering free web accessibility audits.
Lena switched to using the Colemak keyboard layout several years ago and isn’t so sure anymore whether that was a good idea. She loves compost, woodturning and public transport.
Jared lives in Santa Cruz, CA. When he is not instructing computers, he tries to be in the ocean as much as possible. He loves surfing, kitesurfing, and is currently learning how to kitesurf with a hydrofoil.
Being an Implementation Specialist is not only special to her because of the environmental aspect of it, but because she has deep love for customer service and teaching. She is known for relaying climate and earth science knowledge to her friends and family unprompted for fun. You can catch her spending time at Bay Area beaches, taking pictures, biking, playing chess puzzles, and reading up on all things climate related.
For the past 10 years Adam has worked as a software engineer in the fintech and e-commerce industries where he has developed on-premise software and all aspects of the web development stack.
Adam still lives in southern California with his wife, daughter and son and is excited to work for a company that is helping preserve the environment for his children.
Jake then moved to Austin and made a switch to Oil and Gas investment technology at RunTitle. Empowering both mineral owners and PE investors alike with the data to make smarter investment decisions.
Jake lives in Austin with his wife Rachael, their two rambunctious pomeranians - Zeus & Lily. Jake enjoys collecting movies, reading, hiking, camping and exploring a national park whenever he can.
Her dream is to have a house by a big lake or ocean with a view, her love for the environment comes from her love of being outside and doing outdoor activities such as boating, horseback riding, water skiing, golfing, etc.