Brian was the first employee of the Free Software Foundation, the first member of project GNU, built the first online banking software, created the first web programming language, started many startups, and is Okori's founder.
Robert thought he wanted 9-to-5, but somehow he became a startup junkie. The first compsci graduate of UCSB’s CCS, he is Okori’s resident jack of all trades.
Kris raced motorcycles for 25 years at the highest level of amateur racing. He’s patented and launched products with national retailers and worked in several startups.
Mark is a seasoned serial entrepreneur, communicator, marketer, engineer, and executive.
Alex has competed in Junior Olympic Gymnastics for 6 years and was an acrobat with the Vespertine Circus. He holds a masters degree in mathematics.
David spun records for 15 years at underground clubs. He holds a BFA and is classically trained in drawing and painting. He has designed Fortune 500 sites for Microsoft, Epson, J2 Global, Deluxe and Sony Pictures.
Dan is an adventure racer, physicist and programmer. He has several successful iPhone apps in the iTunes Store.
Okori employs a wide range of professionals including graphic artists, design consultants, usability experts, pure computer scientists, microchip and EE specialists, web programmers, database designers and optimizers...
Jay (saurik) is best known for his work jailbreaking iPhones, most notably Cydia. Brian gave Jay his first iPhone.
Alexander is the author of the Familiar Linux distribution for PDAs. He's been hacking, designing, implementing, and debugging embedded and server-based systems for years.