Co-Founder and CTO
Sam Weyermann is an
experienced software architect with over 15 years in the field.
He has broad industry experience across disciplines including
large-scale web services, massive data pipelines, machine
learning, and computer security. In his more than 10 years at
Google, he led the development of highly reliable web services
and made several contributions to improving the security and
safety of Google accounts. Prior to that he spent 5 years at
the US Department of Defense where he led a group pioneering
the development of MapReduce data analysis algorithms to
discover novel network intrusions, designed and built full-stack
applications on Python Django and MySQL to enable end users to
analyze large amounts of data, and performed vulnerability analysis
on complex systems. During his studies, Sam was a research assistant
in the BYU IDeA Labs under the guidance of a PhD graduate from MIT.
There he studied and published in fields including dynamic systems,
operations research, and graph theory. At the completion of his studies
in 2008, Sam earned an MS in Computer Science.
Legal Counsel &
is a Corporate Attorney specializing in Corporate Law,
Contracts, M&A, Financing, IPOs, Employment Law, Staff
Leasing, Recruitment Services, Banking and Finance. She is a
member of Zurich Bar Association (ZAV), and Swiss Bar
Association (SAV). She has been an Attorney at Law since 2007,
and a junior partner since 2017 with Badertscher Attorneys at
Law. She has vast experience in projects with start-ups, and
holds various member of the board or director positions in many
startups in order to support the young companies in their early
stages. Evelyn has been involved in many M&A projects in
different sectors while leading a team of up to five lawyers.
She was also part of a team guiding and founding a Swiss Bank
in Geneva. In addition, she was a lecturer at University of
Lucerne. Evelyn also enjoys teaching and supporting law
students. She graduated from University of Zurich and
University of Lyon (Lic. iur. 2004).