Senior Team

Lu Wang

Founder & CEO

BA, Harvard University, Biology

Lu is the founder of Komodo Tech. She is responsible for all aspects of development engagements, ranging from initial design, development, and implementation.

Prior to Komodo, Lu was the Director of Data Engineering at Quad2Media and a Senior Data Analyst with Cogo Labs.

Joe Hanna

Lead Engineer

MS, Boston University, Computer Information Systems

Joe is the lead engineer at Komodo Tech. He is tasked with developing a deep understanding of project technical requirements and spearheading the implementation.

Prior to Komodo, Joe served as a software developer at Quad2Media and an engineer with Noise Control Engineering.

Terry James

Principal Data Scientist

BA, Harvard University, Applied Mathematics

Terry is a principal data scientist at Komodo Tech. His work involves the development and implementation of novel solutions to problems that can be optimized through data-based approaches.

Before joining the Komodo team, Terry worked as a Senior Data Scientist with Cogo Labs and as a Consultant with Veeva Systems.

Zach Germain

Senior Analyst

BS, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mechanical Engineering

Zach is a data analyst focused on generating business insights from large sales & marketing datasets.

Prior to Komodo, Zach worked as an Engineer for Varian Semiconductor and H&R Technology.

Cameron French

Technical Project Manager

BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Nuclear Science and Engineering

With an impressive combination of engineering skills, design thinking, and client management, Cameron is indispensible in keeping Komodo projects on track, results above expectations, and clients happy.

Prior to Komodo, Cameron worked as a senior consultant at Endeavour Partners.

Amy Ledin

Client Manager

BA, Barrett, the Honors College at Arizona State University, English

Amy Ledin is Komodo’s Client Manager.  She has spent the last 10 years helping organizations and individuals in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors communicate through the written and spoken word.  

Prior to Komodo, Amy worked as a project specialist for the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records.