Ben enjoys helping clients and teams understand and achieve their goals. His experience includes consulting, technical development, project management, and strategy as well as being an adjunct faculty member teaching a course in a Master of Healthcare Administration program.
Dan Cabral joined the Institute for Quantitative Social Science in June 2011. His work focuses on the visual layer of the OpenScholar web application by leveraging contemporary design and user experience techniques.
More than 18 years of experience in information technology, strategic planning, project management, web design, and digital communication strategies. Comprehensive expertise in requirements analysis, process improvement, design, and social media. Experienced in online, media-rich application development.
Torman joined the Institute for Quantitative Social Science in July 2012. His work is to ensure OpenScholar which meets its stated functional, technical and performance requirement. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from University of Massachusetts Boston. Most of his free time is to take care his two kids and house. He likes cooking as well.
Dorian focuses on the user experience of the administrative interface of OpenScholar. She joined the team in July 2013 after 12 years at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, where she was manager of the Web and Interactive Services Team, incorporating user experience into every project. She holds a Master's degree in Interactive Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design and was on the executive board of the Triangle UXPA (User Experience Professionals Association) for 3 years.
Anne Margulies is University Chief Information Officer at Harvard, where she provides strategic leadership, planning, and management of technology programs that focus on the University’s instruction, research, administrative, and IT infrastructure needs. In addition to her institution-wide technology planning and coordination role, Anne directly oversees the IT functions of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Central Administration.