Skylar White, CEO

Skylar’s campaign and government experience includes working for Colorado’s U.S. Senator Mark Udall and State Senator Mike Johnston. A graduate from Washington and Lee University, Skylar served the federal government in the national security, regulatory, and veterans services spaces through engagements as a consultant with Deloitte. He received his Master’s Degree in Business Information and Analytics from the University of Denver. Skylar understands people and history.

Alex Boyce

Lead Data Scientist

Alex is our lead data scientist. After graduating from Colgate University with a degree in economics, he spent 6 years in New York City in the media industry as an analyst, before moving to Colorado and expanding his data skills while in the Business Analytics program at the University of Denver. Alex likes digging into lots of data to find hidden trends and believes that a good recommendation is nothing without a great visualization.

Outside of the office, Alex likes visiting new breweries (321 and counting), going to baseball games, and listening to podcasts.

Board of Advisers

Cole Finnegan

Regional Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells

For more than 30 years, Cole Finegan has focused his practice on working locally and nationally with businesses and governmental entities to create and expand public-private partnerships. He has represented clients in regulatory, land use and development, and legislative and public policy law.

Cole’s efforts led Law Week Colorado to recognize him as “Lawyer of the Decade” and “Lawyer of the Year” for 2013. He was also named one of the most influential people in Denver by 5280 magazine in its feature “The 5280 Fifty.” Best Lawyers in America has also honored Cole as the “Denver Municipal Lawyer of the Year” (2016).

Dr. Ryan Elmore

Assistant Professor, University of Denver

Ryan Elmore is an assistant professor in the Department of Business Information and Analytics, Daniels College of Business. Prior to Daniels, he worked as a Senior Scientist in the Computational Sciences Center at the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, Colorado. He has also held positions at the Australian National University, Colorado State University, and Slide, Inc. Elmore’s research interests include statistics in sports, nonparametric statistical methods, and energy efficient high-performance computing. His work has been featured in The Economist, The Telegraph, The Guardian, and The Fried Egg Podcast