Secretary & Data Curator
Pablo Paiewonsky is a valued recent addition to Quantum Risk Analytics, Inc.’s board of directors.
Dr. Paiewonsky has done interdisciplinary research spanning paleoenvironmental science, climate dynamics, plant functioning, ecology, and the modeling of the latter three. He also has many months of work experience as a STEM tutor and professor. He holds two Bachelors degrees (Meteorology and Mathematics), a Masters degree in Geography (University of Maryland at College Park), and a PhD in Atmospheric Science (State University of New York at Albany).
Pablo believes strongly in reforming the relationship of science and health experts with the general public to be one that is less “top-down” mandating by experts from their positions of traditional authority into one in which experts are receptive, transparent, engaging, and empowering as public servants. He brings strong analytical skills and a scientifically-rigorous approach to Quantum Risk Analytics, Inc.
Nancy is a collaborator of Quantum Risk Analytics, Inc. Originally from México, she has a bachelor's degree in Biochemical Engineer and a Masters’ degree in Environmental Engineering from National Autonomous University Of Mexico- Institute of Engineering (UNAM-II), she has professional capacity in machine learning algorithm implementation.With eight years of experience working in public administration in the Ministry of Health of Mexico. Nancy is vegan for a better world.
Director & Project Management
Rob brings a varied background in business, education, and advocacy to Quantum Risk Analytics, Inc.
Rob transferred his project management skills from the manufacturing arena to secondary education, developing innovative high school STEM programs to make science, engineering, and programing skills accessible to a broader scope of students. He also worked on the administrative side of secondary education, managing the transition from paper and mainframe-based Student Management Systems (SMS) to digital, PC- & web-based products. Rob also drove the adoption of digital Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Web 2.0 learning tools into classrooms. Along the way he developed expertise in managing and conducting training for the teachers and administrators who had to implement the new systems and tools.
Rob’s current focus is on advocacy for people with disabilities in higher education. Rob’s son is currently a senior at a highly competitive university. In addition to the usual interactions with various academic and administrative departments at the college, Rob helps his son manage the often conflicting regulations and requirements of over ten federal and state departments and programs that are involved with his care and support as a person with a disability.
Rob holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, and MS in Engineering Management from the Missouri School of Science and Technology, and an MEd from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.