Mehar is one of the co-founders of ProCogia. Mehar holds an MBA from the University of Washington as well as an MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin. He splits his time between Vancouver and Seattle i.e. between the corporate headquarters and clients based here. As a cofounder of ProCogia, he works with clients in solving their business problems on a daily basis, creating a competitive advantage and taking out the ambiguity from decision making. Prior to ProCogia, Mehar did consulting work at T-Mobile and Microsoft and was also involved with a couple of startups in the Seattle area.
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Deb is one of the co-founders of ProCogia. Deb is the Marion B. Ingersoll Professor of Information Systems at the Foster School of Business, University of Washington. He received his PhD in Information Systems from the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester in 1994. As a co-founder, Deb brings to ProCogia his years of experience in teaching, doing research, writing, and consulting in information systems and business analytics.
Daniel acts as an advisor to ProCogia. Daniel is the Chief Business officer of GeekWire, an independent technology news site and online community based in Seattle. Previously he was the Executive Director of the Northwest Entrepreneur Network. Daniel received his MBA from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington. While there Daniel founded a startup called Nanocel which won the 2009 Business Plan Competition. That year Daniel and his partner were named Innovators of the Year in Seattle Business Magazine. Daniel is a lover of mystery novels, caper movies, soccer, and good BBQ.
Gabe acts as an advisor to ProCogia. He is a retired Boeing IT executive. In his 34 year career he headed various business systems, airline support systems, airplane production systems and customer service operations. Gabe last served at Boeing as Senior Director of Information Technology Enterprise Architecture. He is a graduate of the University of Washington in Economics. Currently Gabe consults part time on IT/business strategy, operational effectiveness, leadership development and business planning. He is a member of the board at the University of Washington Foster Business School Masters of Science in Information Science program and an executive council member at the University of Washington Economics Visiting Committee. Gabe is an avid soccer player and club leader. He serves on the board of the Greater Seattle Soccer League