Sonaar is a TED Fellow, a graduate of NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), and a recent recipient of a Speaker & Specialist Grant in Water Quality & Climate Change from the US State Department. He spent his time at ITP developing low-cost water sensing hardware, and led the winning team of the 2010 NYU Stern School of Business Social Venture Competition. He taught Physical Computing at New York’s GreenFab Laboratory and worked as a reporter for the India Today Group.
Kimberly AnakataLead Engineer
Kimberly Anakata is an Optical MEMS and Electrical Engineer with experience in remote sensing, agriculture, telecommunications, manufacturing, operations, and logistics. She has worked at Glimmerglass Networks, Comcast, Grape Networks, and was the founder of MicroWeatherStation Systems, Inc. Her degrees include a B.S. in Engineering with High Distinction from Harvey Mudd College, and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Davis.
Eric RosenthalSenior Scientist
Eric is an expert in optical and radio engineering and the inventor of the spectral technologies underlying Water Canary ‘s hardware. He is a former VP of Advanced Technology Research at Disney Imagineering, and his work has been sponsored by NASA, DARPA, the NSA, and the Naval Research Lab.
Sarah is the founder of 7-Robot, a social design company, teaches social design at the MIT Media Lab, and regularly consults for large corporations like Microsoft, Nokia and Hasbro. She has a JD from Harvard Law and an MSc from the London School of Economics.