Jamie Favaro

Jamie Favaro, Founder

Jamie began working in harm reduction at Tapestry Health in 2001. She went on to found Washington Heights CORNER Project which began out of a backpack and grew to be one of the most reputable syringe exchange programs in the United States. Jamie later managed the Injection Drug Users Health Alliance, a coalition of the 14 syringe exchange programs based in New York City, and also worked as a strategic expansion consultant in the field of harm reduction. When not working on NEXT, Jamie is the Senior Advisor for Strategy and Special Projects at Harm Reduction Coalition.

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Schuyler Duveen, Technical Advisor

Schuyler Duveen is the Lead Developer at MoveOn.org. His past work includes Director of Technology at New York Public Radio (WNYC), and Senior Programmer at the Columbia University Center for New Media Teaching and Learning. While not working at MoveOn.org, Schuyler is developing non-linear 2d writing systems and participating at Progressive Hacknight. 


Michael Gilbert, Technical Advisor

Michael Gilbert is a public health technologist with specializations in pharmacovigilance, health informatics, product development, and harm reduction. His past work includes design and implementation of public health informatics tools, research on successes and challenges in community-based distribution of naloxone, and development of technologies to support the health and wellbeing of people who use drugs. His current work focuses on the analysis of public and private sector interventions on drug markets, the design of tools to explore knowledge, attitudes and practices related to drug use, and direct service with local harm reduction programs.

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Daniel Pasette, Technical Advisor

Daniel Pasette is the Senior Vice President of Core Engineering at MongoDB. Dan has been working in the field of technology for over 20 years. Prior to joining MongoDB, Dan worked as a developer and lead engineer at several media companies including LimeWire, MTV Networks, Sonicnet, and iXL. When not at MongoDB, Dan enjoys his work as Board Chair of the School Empowerment Network a not-for-profit that works to transform struggling schools.