Alden 'Chad' Daniels graduated in 2013 with an honor's degree in Physics and Computer Science from Marlboro College. He subsequently went on to complete a course at the Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts where he earned a certificate in web development.
Since then, he has worked as a freelance web developer, developing data visualization and educational software on the side, while he continues to teach himself new things and expand into new areas of expertise.
Chad pursues many eclectic studies while honing his creative skills on various technology related projects.
As an electronic technician, Gordon has broad experience with electronic systems of all kinds. Prior to Senscio Systems, Gordon worked at various medical systems companies, as a service engineer for CAT and MRI systems. He installed and maintained the CT scanners at many of the local area hospitals.
Gordon also worked at Analogic Systems as a test engineer in the research and development department for new CT systems. Additionally, Gordon has done embedded controller and Linux systems programming.
Gordon's hobbies include amateur radio with specialities in digital communications.
Chief Data Scientist
Keiron is a data scientist with a passion for social entrepreneurship. He received his B.S. in physics from Allegheny College and his M.S. in machine learning from Columbia University. At Senscio Systems, Keiron leverages Scio and Warbler to learn the habits, identify the care gaps, and predict the adverse health events of Ibis users.
Keiron's other research includes the algorithmic detection of lies from acoustic data and the effects of temperature on the magnetic behavior of inorganic compounds.
In his free time, Keiron can be found riding his bike, reading a book or grabbing a drink with friends.
Will received a BS in Computer Sciences from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. At the University Will focused on a more "general" degree, enabling him to develop a broader scope of all technologies. He also participated in hackathons, was a member of multiple technology clubs, and made the dean's list almost every semester.
Will is also a previous intern for the Senscio Systems Innovation Team. As an intern, he helped further develop our IbisHub and fix minor issues with our IbisNexus. Through this experience, he was able to refine his problem solving and programming skills.
When Will's not at work you'll find him cooking on the grill, touring a new brewery, or traveling with friends.
Senior Care Navigator
Brenton is a graduate of Allegheny College where he received a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Middle East and North African Studies. He joined Senscio Systems because he believes a move from episodic to continuous care for elderly with complex health needs is one of the many necessary culture shifts in America.
His passion for social justice issues worldwide led to him spending five months in Jordan where he studied Arabic, Jordanian culture, and customs. Brenton works with college campuses and local churches to give presentations based on his experiences that humanize the Arab world to challenge rising Islamophobia in the United States.
Brenton’s empathy for others is embedded in his work as a Care Navigator. He provides a necessary human touch behind Senscio’s artificial intelligence solutions.
Outside of work, Brenton can be found investigating a new interest or outside enjoying nature, preferably with family and friends.
Client Site Manager
Jacob is a graduate of Allegheny College where he received a B.S. in Neuroscience with a concentration in physiology and minored in Global Health Studies. After interning at Senscio Systems in the summer of 2015, he decided to return in 2018 to continue the mission of providing data driven healthcare to aging populations.
Through internships at University at Buffalo and Allegheny College research, Jacob grappled with the fundamental functions behind our experience of reality, investigating the interaction of addictive drugs and the brain's channels and receptors. Jacob's passion for healthcare is drawn from his understanding of addiction and mental illness and a desire to mitigate the suffering caused by these conditions now affecting the United States in record numbers.
Born and raised in Buffalo, NY, Jacob is a Sabres and Bills fanatic. When he's not cheering on his favorite sports teams you can find him snowboarding, playing soccer or visiting the newest craft brewery.
As one of the first beneficiaries Ibis program, Pauline found it so helpful that she was inspired to join Senscio and work with users directly based on her own experience. She continues as a “pioneer” user testing new Ibis features as they are developed.
Pauline graduated from Regis College in Weston, Massachusetts and later earned her Master's in Secondary Education with a concentration in Educational Technology from Fitchburg State University. She taught in public and private schools for 35 years. Pauline has also worked as an event planner for 2 major hospitality companies.
Her organizational skills and ease in meeting new people serve her well as an Ibis Care Navigator.
Pauline's spare time is filled with cooking, reading, music, and keeping up with grandchildren and their families.
Manager, Care Navigation
Brian is a graduate of Allegheny College where he received a B.A. in Environmental Studies with a minor in Values, Ethics, and Social Action. He joined Senscio Systems because of its commitment to provide a better safety net and greater support for the most vulnerable patients of the health care system.
At Allegheny, Brian graduated cum laude with departmental honors and earned the Ethical Leadership award senior year. Since then Brian has has worked for the social good including work as an environmental organizer, educator, and at a social service non-profit for young men coming out of juvenile detention.
He brings his passion for helping others to Senscio Systems, supporting both users and healthcare providers to best use IbisCare. Outside of work, Brian enjoys the outdoors opportunities that living in New England provides as well as traveling and reading.
Jodi Hawthorne graduated from Fitchburg State College with a BS in Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies. From there, she worked at a branch of a national transportation company for several years, before working in the Lincoln school district, and the United States Department of Transportation. She joins Senscio, with a passion for positively making a difference in the lives of others.
Jodi and her husband Patrick have two school aged children. In their spare time, they can be found coaching various youth sports teams, traveling, exercising and enjoying the outdoors.
Tom Sefranek is an electronic engineer with broad experience with electronic systems of all kinds. Prior to Senscio Systems, Tom worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratories for many years, where he participated in research on re-entry vehicles, optical deep space surveillance, netted Radar, and Airborne Battlefield Radar Technology.
Sefranek was a working member of the components committee and introduced several new designs for prototyping circuit boards as well as introducing a single board single chip micro-controller development system. At Senscio Systems, Sefranek is responsible for prototyping our sensor systems.
Erik graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2016 with a B.S. in Applied Physics and a concentration in Astrophysics.
Driven by his passion for physics, Erik is always searching for fundamental understanding and for the underlying mechanism behind any process. At Senscio Erik works as a data analyst, software engineer, and is working to develop a Senscio training program for future Care Teams.
He is an avid skier and outdoorsman, looking forward to his seventh summer working at the Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp.
Karen is an accountant who has been working for Senscio since November 2011. Karen and her husband Brian have four children; their daughter Sarah previously worked as an intern for Senscio.
Karen loves to enjoy spending time with her husband and four kids, in addition to crafting, traveling, reading and playing ice hockey.
Client Program Manager
Prior to joining the Senscio Systems family, Tom George owned and operated his own business for over eight years. Tom brings his entrepreunerial mindset, extensive customer relations experience, and broadbased knowledge of technology, construction, and healthcare industrie to the Senscio team.
Tom is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University where he studied Business Administration, Organizational Leadership, and IT. In addition, he holds a Human Resource Management Certificate and is a Certified Residential Medication Aide within the State of Maine.
Tom lives in Coastal Maine with his wife and son. He loves spending time with his family and enjoys outdoor activities such as kayaking, hiking, fishing, and snowmobiling.