Henry QuinnPresidentHenry chose computers as a career after writing tools to get through high school calculus. After cutting his teeth on PHP 5 building web apps for the federal judiciary, he’s now a DevOps engineer who enjoys process automation in the name of better developer experience. When he’s not turning coffee into tools or organizing things for IO, he’s usually rock climbing, cooking, or rooting for the Packers.
Jenn NolteCommunity & GovernanceJenn (she/her) is a librarian and CT native who worked in IT for over a decade before becoming a UX researcher. She served on the CT UXPA board for 3 years before joining New Haven IO. She is interested in issues of diversity and inclusion in tech, including supporting entry-level and pre-professional people at the beginning of their careers, and she hates it when you say UX/UI like it’s a thing.
Steve VoilsSecretarySteve has been working with, around, and in software development since high school, after writing his first program for a TI-83 calculator. Today, he’s passionate about both expanding his technical knowledge base and creating an environment in which team members can do their best work and create amazing products.
Josh LevinsonSocial Organization & Moral SupportJosh Levinson studied Computer Science in college and despite the results, continues to work with computers to this day. He writes Ruby on Rails for a New Haven-based company, as well as performs comedy all over the tri-state area (mostly Connecticut, if we're being honest). He loves riding bikes, playing video games, and starting pointless arguments and then leaving before it gets ugly.
Tom ReznickTreasurerTom Reznick is an Engineer who works on the Data Team at Heroku. He believes code should be clean, architecture and design should be elegant, tests should be well thought out and purposeful, and that software should be made with love, trust, and empathy. He enjoys karaoke, cooking, good beer, better cheese, and being a dad. That list is not in priority order.
Ben MidyetteEvent ManagementBen is a tech enthusiast and a generalist by nature, spending most of his time absorbed in weekly fleeting interests. He loves bicycling and being outside during the warmer months, retreating indoors to learn, code, and game during the colder ones. He's interested in seeing New Haven grow with the tech industry and become a better place for everyone.