Meet Your Sherpas
David developed the idea for SHERPA while in a not-so-very digital place—multi-pitch climbing Tallulah Gorge. It occurred to him that the challenge of a long, technical climb was a suitable metaphor for leading a digital initiative.
Jef's passion for storytelling and what makes people tick drew him to UX design, as he loves the way it utilizes both the creative and analytical sides of his brain. He also finds it meaningful to collaborate with others on projects that improve the quality of our lives.
Jennifer takes unstructured ideas and crafts them into cohesive, compelling copy for mass communication. She has worked with words most of her life—as a printer’s daughter, a public relations professional, a publishing manager, an editor and as a social media manager.
A keen programmer at an early age, Gonzalo developed his first commercial software when he was only 15. It’s still used today. He specializes in web portal development, API integration, and advanced programming applications.`` social
Sebastian puts the magic of the web to work by pushing the boundaries of web browsers. He leads the front-end development of interfaces across all types of devices -- desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
Rodrigo makes what you see online visually engaging while intelligently simple. He designs the front-end web application interfaces across all types of devices -- desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
In 2001, Wikipedia was born, and the average Internet user spent about 83 minutes online per day. That same year, SHERPA’s Pablo Pereyra was drawn to the huge possibilities for creativity, information sharing and community building across the World Wide Web.