Our Team

We use modern tools to build groudbreaking solutions to challenging problems.

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Our Pods

Our engineering team is organized into multiple cross-functional “pods” which include software engineers, data scientists, and product managers.

Intelligence & Discovery

The Intelligence & Discovery pod's mission is to support both our Envoy and Search products. They use the latest AI technologies and machine learning models to find the most relevant candidates for a given job description from our candidate database. Their work empowers users to search for candidates while offering to do it for them.

Track

Recruiters send a lot of email. It's a numbers game. But, some recruiters are much more effective than others. The Track pod's goal is to provide actionable insights based on our proprietary email data that help all of our customers raise their reply rates.

Core

The Core pod builds and improves the foundational features and data on which Entelo's products and users rely. We work to understand fundamental user needs and create experiences to solve them. To ensure that users are working with the best candidate data possible, we process up to 2TB of public social data per day, performing entity resolution on billions of social profiles.

Infrastructure

Systems don't design themselves and application engineers don't always know what's possible. Our Infrastructure team acts as an enabler and consulting partner with our software teams. They build the things that enable others to build more things.

Our Stack

We use modern tools across our entire stack.

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Our Team

Elena Sigacheva

Director of Product

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Passionate builder of impactful big-data products serving real user needs. Expert at turning data into knowledge, information into insights, user stories into intuitive products.

Alex Deeb

Senior Software Engineer

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Alex is a competitive gamer and creator of positive social value. He spends his free time playing videogames, helping others, and addressing challenges in education.

Jason Rosendale

Senior Software Engineer

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Jason is truly a code ninja, in the sense that he always wears the same clothes and keeps trying to sneak Cassandra into the tech stack in the dead of night. Other than that he pretty much just sits there calmly, like a very productive code abalone.

Haroon Mohamed

Data Scientist

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Haroon is a data scientist at Entelo. He loves biryani, boba and binge watching thrillers and crime series.

Ryan Booth

Lead Software Engineer

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Ryan strives to keep processes fast and fun for front end devs. He fosters kittens, likes hiking and originates from Vancouver, Canada, eh.

Nate Milbee

Sr. Director of Engineering

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Nate helps build the teams that build the things at Entelo. He has an irrational need to find and use animated cat gifs in technical presentations. He holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics which he uses primarily to automate searches for said cat gifs.

Kelly Hale

Senior Software Engineer

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Kelly once dug up the world as an archaeologist, but upon discovering it to be largely unviable as a career path, bounced around in equally unviable careers before entering engineering. Her hobbies include getting horrifyingly lost in the back country, thinking about writing fiction but then getting distracted, and collecting old weird video games.

Tausif Ahmed

Software Engineer

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Tausif is looking for a ghost writer to write his summary for him since he has had writer's block since high school. Recommendations appreciated.

Fito von Zastrow

Lead Software Engineer

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Fito es oriundo de Asunción, Paraguay, el corazón de Sudamérica. Le apasiona la programación, los juegos de estrategia, caminatas por el bosque, los asados a la parrilla y filosofar con sus amigos sobre la vida. Ah, y un terere bien frío en los dias calurosos.

Joao Antunes

Director of Engineering

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João is PhD two-time published author with a US patent and the most difficult to pronounce name that can only be explained using the doppler effect of someone passing by in a high speed vehicle yelling Jooooo.

Gaurav Kataria

SVP of Product and Engineering

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Gaurav leads product and data science at Entelo. Previously he spent nearly a decade at Google Cloud leading an AI team. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking the santa cruz mountains and guest lecturing at Stanford.

Paige Horton

Data Scientist

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Paige moved to the Data Science team after starting out as a Business Analyst. She loves playing video games and going camping. Her favorite place in the world is the Frio River back home in Texas. Legend has it she can be spotted at almost every music festival within a 300-mile radius.

Swapna Savant

Engineering Manager

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Swapna loves hiking. She has climbed Mt. Killimanjaro and dreams of climbing Mt.Everest one day. Loves to solve problems. If there are no problems handily available, she will create one.

Ivan Gonzalez

Software Engineer

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Ivan has a pigeon phobia and loves free food which make working at Entelo perfect since they're indoors and provide free lunch. In his free time he enjoys long walks and playing soccer.

Dan Zhao

Product Manager

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Dan is a fan of baseball, the great outdoors, and certain marine animals. At Entelo, he enioys bringing donuts on Mondays and scheduling walking meetings to Philz.

Tai Dupree

Senior Software Engineer

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Tai was born and raised in Guatemala. He loves engineering software but hates computers. If you think this is a contradiction, you may be correct.

Amna Saeed

Product Manager

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I love Taco Bell. People think it’s a bit, but it’s seriously not. Taco Bell is great! There used to be one near our SF office, but they didn't serve Mexican Pizzas at that location, and now they're closed. It's fine though; there's another one in SOMA and I personally don't mind a nice walk.

Ramil Mustafin

Senior Software Engineer

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Ramil loves building products, can ride 1000 miles on a motorcycle in 24 hours, and is also a bandwagon warriors fan.

Ayush Joshi

Data Scientist

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Ayush has a very curious nature and as a kid he always wanted be a scientist (but physicist). He is always fascinated about universe and wonders about metaphysical questions (e.g., why do we/anything exist?). Apart from work, he enjoys photography, cooking, and reading poetry. He dreams of having AI assistant like "Jarvis" from Iron-Man movie someday.

Darwin D. Wu

Senior Infrastructure Engineer

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Darwin grew up in China, Singapore, England and Japan. He would suddenly switch to a different language during a conversation, leaving the counterpart in a super confused/awkward situation. Also you need to be very specific when you ask where he's from, because he will reply with a question asking mentally or physically? But usually the answer is always "I don't know :shrug:".

Israel Sotomayor

Senior Infrastructure Engineer

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Israel enjoys traveling ✈️ and exploring new cultures and food 🍴, and he has found San Francisco 🌉 to be a place that has and unmeasurable amount of both. He is originally from Venezuela 🇻🇪 and lived in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 and Spain 🇪🇸. He also loves stickers and emojis as you can see 😊

Will Barrett

Staff Software Engineer

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Will is a highly experienced engineer who cares deeply about software quality. He has experience as a feature, platform, operations, and data engineer, technical lead, engineering manager, consultant, business owner, and professional cellist. His weekends are frequently spent cooking for his family - ask him about the many virtues of garlic confit, shallots, and parsley chiffonade.