Meet Our Team

Johanna Bassetti

Johanna Bassetti

Director of Product

Johanna (she/her) has a background in product strategy, neuroscience, and design. She loves taking in a lot of information and distilling actionable insights from it to populate our roadmap with fast iterations and exciting releases. She fills the office with stories of the latest operas she's attended and tales of sailing come summer.

Georges Clement

Georges Clement

Executive Director

Georges (he/him) is a product manager and experienced nonprofit leader who specializes in partnerships, business operations, fundraising, and gathering research insights to inform digital product features.

Pinky Chan

Pinky Chan

Operations Manager

As a Native New Yorker, Pinky (she/her) has a passion for people, processes, and technology. Being part of the civic technology space since 2013, she has been featured in Conscious Magazine as a Powerful Voice in social change. Previously, she has led creative fundraising campaigns in anti human trafficking advocacy and managed several data science for social good community gatherings. Pinky loves connecting with people, whether it’s in front of a meal or on the snow slopes and everywhere in between.

Daniel Lee

Daniel Lee

UX/UI Designer

A Native New Yorker and once Seoulite, Daniel (he/him) embraces opportunities to create clarity and hope for complex social challenges though his design work. He found his calling in civic technology while working on initiatives for those impacted by the criminal justice system and seeing the impact of the work in people’s lives. His goal is to push digital products to be effective tools for lasting systemic and policy change.

Johanna (Jo) Monge

Johanna (Jo) Monge

Program Manager

Johanna (Jo) Monge (she/her/ella), a lifelong Queens gal, daughter of Peruvian immigrants and tenant organizer, integrates her passion for transformative justice into all her work. She co-founded Astoria Tenant Union at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic utilizing the skills she gained from organizing in Inwood and Washington Heights while at the Metropolitan Council on Housing. She graduated from Clark University with an honors degree in Political Science and Urban Development.

Tahnee Pantig

Tahnee Pantig

Senior UX/UI Designer

Tahnee (she/her) is a visual designer with 9+ years of experience in branding, communications, and interaction design across sectors. Her work focuses on turning the theoretical vision of a brand into visual assets that inspire. Tahnee is driven by her belief in the importance of addressing difficult topics with candor and empathy through the beauty of art of design.

Alejandro Quintero

Alejandro Quintero

Extern - Strategy & Research

Alejandro (he/him) is an extern specializing in market research and strategic planning. He believes context (individual and social history) and empathy should always inform the analytical tools and approaches he uses. Alejandro is eager to explore approaches to justice and equity that center existing leaders and communities to enable opportunities for sustained change. He enjoys sharing movies, music, and long-reads.

Sam Rabiyah

Sam Rabiyah

Data Lead & Engineer

Sam (he/him) is a cartographer and web tool developer who loves bringing complex stories into the world of the interactive. A math nerd by training, he is a strong believer that justice, advocacy, and storytelling should inform technology, and not the other way around.

Atul Varma

Atul Varma

Lead Engineer, Tinkerer

Atul (he/him) enjoys building bridges of understanding between humans and machines. He has written illuminating software that's been used as the centerpiece of TED Talks, in maker events around the world, and by individuals who are just trying to have a less frustrating time using their computer. But his favorite moments are very personal: understanding where another person is coming from, constructing a metaphor they can relate to, and using it to explain technology in a way that liberates, excites, and empowers.

Board of Directors

Heather Weston
Heather Weston

Heather Weston

Former Chief Operating Officer, Case Commons

Heather has focused her entire career on improving leadership, learning, and results in public service. She is proud to be a founding member, and the current Chief Operating Officer, of Case Commons,a nonprofit technology company committed to enabling better outcomes for our nation’s most vulnerable kids and families by providing tools that “help the helpers” and provide better data for decision-making in child welfare. Earlier in her career, Heather was a co-founder of the Cesar Chavez Public Charter High School for Public Policy in Washington DC; helped to launch the Leadership in Action Program for the Annie E. Casey Foundation, an effort that in its early years contributed to a significant increase in school readiness across the state of Maryland; worked at the Council for Excellence in Government where she ran the government fellowship programs; and served in various roles at the National Executive Service Corps and NYU’s Robert F Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Heather received her Masters from New York University's Wagner School for Public Service and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Tufts University. She is a resident of Brooklyn with her husband and daughter and hopes to have a vegetable garden in her backyard someday.
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Sateesh Nori
Sateesh Nori

Sateesh Nori

Attorney-in-Charge, Legal Aid Society Queens

Sateesh Nori is currently the Attorney in Charge of the Legal Aid Society’s Queens Neighborhood Office. He was the Director of Housing Litigation at Bedford-Stuyvesant Community Legal Services and worked for many years as a housing staff attorney in Brooklyn and in Upper Manhattan.He has served as Chair of the Housing Court Committee of the New York City Bar Association. He was a member of the Housing Court Advisory Council and is a member of the Mayor's Commission of City Marshals. He is also an adjunct professor at Cardozo School of Law. Sateesh is a graduate of John Hopkins University and New York University School of Law.
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Stan Morse
Stan Morse

Stan Morse

Lead Organizer, Justice for All Coalition

Stan is the Lead Organizer for the Justice for All Coalition, an organizing group based in Astoria / Long Island City that focuses on advocacy for NYCHA residents. As someone who has grown up in public housing, the issues facing NYCHA residents have always been personal to Stan.He has over 10 years experience as an organizer, and in addition to working on affordable housing and NYCHA issues, he has also worked on anti-gun violence and anti-bullying campaigns that were focused primarily on reaching the youth. Stan has been a power user of JustFix.nyc tools, helping 100+ NYCHA residents in Queensbridge send letters of complaint, hosting trainings, and more.
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Ashley Treni
Ashley Treni

Ashley Treni

Co-Founder, JustFix.nyc

Ashley is a UX designer and researcher with a background in information design and data visualization who believes in the power of co-creation and human centered design process.
Ignacio Jaureguilorda
Ignacio Jaureguilorda

Ignacio Jaureguilorda

Director, Poverty Justice Solutions, Center for Court Innovation

Ignacio Jaureguilorda is the director of Poverty Justice Solutions. Before joining the Center for Court Innovation, he worked as a public interest attorney for 14 years, providing free civil legal services to low-income New Yorkers. Most recently,Jaureguilorda served as director of legal services at the AIDS Center of Queens County, where he spearheaded the organization’s legal and public policy work and represented people with terminal and chronic illnesses. Previously, he served as an attorney with Housing Works, a non-profit organization that works on HIV/AIDS and homelessness issues, litigating cases involving income discrimination in real estate and discrimination against transgender individuals. Jaureguilorda has represented clients in a wide range of matters, including landlord-tenant disputes, public benefits, discrimination, immigration, and family law.
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Aaron Doades
Aaron Doades

Aaron Doades

CEO, Herschel Industries Inc.

Aaron is an entrepreneur with a focus on digital media and technology. Most recently, Aaron led the anti-fraud product group at DoubleVerify, a leading media measurement software company in New York City. Prior to DoubleVerify, Aaron founded RealTargeting,a groundbreaking ad fraud detection company which was acquired by DoubleVerify. Aaron is interested in solving tangible, real-world problems using technology and repeatable, scalable processes.
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Many thanks to our JustFix Alumni!

Analisa Freitas, Program Director

Ilana Novick, Communications Associate

Susanna Blankley, Board Member

Sydney Jones, Engineering Intern, Summer 2020

Jon Truong, Director of National Partnerships

Labiba Chowdhury, Data Science Consultant

Dan Kass, Co-founder and Executive Director

Stacy Livingston, Communications & Marketing Volunteer, Summer 2019

Alyssa Romanos, Software Engineering Intern, Summer 2019

Adalky Capellán, Outreach Coordinator

Caitlin Jones, Social Enterprise Fellow, Summer 2018

Juan Figueroa, Board Member

Mariano Werneck, Designer

Jenn Scheer, Designer & Front-end Developer

Tim Ahmed, Volunteer Housing Coach 2017 - 2018

Akiera Charles, Communications Intern Spring 2018

Alicia Nieves, 2017 Legal Fellow

Matt Egan, Web Developer

Mayuka Sarukkai, Summer 2017 Intern

Angelica Alvarez, Fall 2017 Intern

Faculty & Students at Columbia Law

Raphael Lee, Fast Forward Advisor, Summer 2016

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