About

I’m an entrepreneur focused in software. I’ve launched a handful of businesses starting at the ripe ol’ age of 12. I attended the University of California at Santa Barbara and earned a B.S in Computer Science. My passion lies in social networks, finance, and knowledge discovery. Lately, I’ve been into data, analytics, finance, and distributed computing.

In 2017 I co-founded Camino to power the future of Government. It’s a bold statement and a mission my co-founder and I believe in. The best engineers, designers, and thinkers need to focus on helping solve critical issues affecting our lives and our future. The Government, the people who maintain our streets, keep us safe at night and ensure the buildings being built are up-to-code and safe, need better technology. Camino focuses on Community Development and we primarily work with Cities and Counties. We’re not working with the federal Government (what most people think of when they think of Governement). We work with the folks who check building blueprints to make sure the building is safe in case of a fire or earthquake. We work with the people trying really hard to build a community you want to live in. Email me if you want to chat about it.

Before Camino,  I co-founded OpenGov and served as their Chief Technology Officer, managing and growing the product, design, and engineering teams. At OpenGov, we wanted to power smarter Government financials. I had a blast designing and building out financial transparency, financial budgeting, performance, and data platforms & products. It was my first time as a CTO of a fast-growth company and will definitely not be forgotten. Lots of learnings.

You can learn more about my work life on LinkedIn.

To contact me directly, please e-mail ephekt@gmail.com. I’ll try to respond quickly.

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