Meet Our Team
Chief Executive Officer
Pittsburgh born and raised, Scott started his career planning to change the world through a life in public service. He attended the George Washington University where he earned several degrees relating to this goal. After working in the DC political machinery for many years including a stint at the White House, Scott decided to redirect his energy into revolutionizing STEM education in the United States. Prior to joining Enlearn, he has been a leader at several strong contributors in this space, including Carnegie Learning and Think Through Math.
Director of Research
Director of Finance & Human Resources
Sr. Software Engineer & Technical Lead
Alex is a Seattle native who graduated from the University of Washington, Bothell with a degree in Computer and Software Systems. His first job out of college was working for RealNetworks on a DVD player that would copy the owner’s movies to an internal hard drive. The product was declared a “Bad Idea” by a court in California and was never released to the public. Next he matched gems for four years at PopCap games and met lots of great people, some of whom now work at Enlearn. Alex spends much of his time questioning whether he should have hired someone else to work on his house instead of doing it himself. Lately his wife has been able to convince him that his time is valuable and that it’s really nice to have a project takes weeks instead of months. He also enjoys growing vegetables in his garden and fermenting liquids in his basement. Alex greatly enjoys eating cookies, especially chocolate chip. Some of the better ones to be found in the city are at Delancey pizza, Macrina bakery, and Slab sandwiches. To compensate for his love of cookies he plays water polo with the Seattle Otters, indoor soccer with old PopCap colleagues, and practices yoga with his wife.
Brian graduated from Linfield College in Oregon with a BS in computer science and a double minor in mathematics and music. He quickly landed a job with The Resource Group, where he spent five years as a consultant, creating customer integrations for business and accounting systems. Brian recently came to Enlearn, because he was drawn to the Enlearn mission statement. “I jumped on the job, because the goal of the work–the knowledge that we are all working to improve the education process for children–is huge and positive. In addition to the mission, the interesting problems we get to work on, our weekly kata, and the pair programming we do means that I am learning something new every week, if not every day.” Brian is a huge sports fan, follows the Seattle Sounders enthusiastically, and can be found at both home and away games in the Emerald City Supporters section cheering and singing in support of the team. Though Brian’s viola and violin from his college days in a chamber group are stored somewhere at his parents’ house, Brian still likes to play guitar casually, collect punk rock records, and go out to hear live music.
Research Software Engineer
Tony has more than 20 years experience in R & D (his kids’ initials are even R & D) in everything from supercomputing chip design at Tera/Cray computer to software research and development at Pacific Northwest National Lab. Tony has received Bachelor’s Degrees from Whitman College and the California Institute of Technology as well as two master’s degrees from the University of Washington in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Tony’s interest in education started with his parents who both stressed the importance of a good education to his entire (large) family. It continued when he started tutoring in a kindergarten classroom as a young adult and was cemented when he started teaching at the community college level and coaching his kids in basketball and baseball over the last few years. With an interest in the brain-mind connection since high school, a passion for data visualization, and several degrees in technology, education technology seems like the perfect fit.
Isaac completed his BS and MEng in computer science at Cornell University before moving to Manhattan to work as a backend software engineer. While he greatly enjoyed NYC, Isaac eventually began looking for more laid-back cities with easier access to nature and finally set his sights on Seattle. Education has always been a strong Stein family value, so Isaac found a good fit with Enlearn and their mission. It’s also a fun place to work with a lot of opportunities to jump on interesting problems and new technologies. In his free time, Isaac enjoys hiking, weightlifting, board games, spending time with his dog, and a huge number of computer projects.
Julius is a Western Washington native, who first started his computer science career as a TA while studying CS at the University of Washington. After an internship at UW’s Center for Game Science, he graduated with his BS. He then started an Enlearn, whose mission for equality in education appealed greatly to him. While he works mostly on the front-end, he can occasionally be found tinkering in back-end land. Outside of work, he enjoys various video games and board games, cooking (and eating!) and hiking in the various national parks around Washington with his wife.