Trevor has been involved in cutting-edge scientific programming, data analysis and research for 20 years, and brings a diverse skillset in applied math, analytics and programming to the team. He spent over 12 years at the NASA Goddard Space Center and NOAA Mauna Loa Observatory, two of the world’s premiere research facilities, where he built real-time data processing systems for next-generation satellites and emerging, now-patented scientific instruments. His work analyzing and modeling climate change and ozone data has been published in several refereed journals. Trevor also spent two years modeling and predicting utility scale wind farm production across the US and China, and five years managing IT projects in Health Care and Finance, with an emphasis in digital payment, credit and risk analysis. Trevor earned a B.S. in Mathematics and Economics from Colgate University. He speaks Mandarin and English.