After founding an HIV/AIDS education non-profit organization in remote regions of sub-Saharan Africa, Brooke invented RemoteID, the world's first fully anonymous, real-time mobile biometric data management protocol in response to the community-articulated need for more secure methods of HIV testing and counseling. She reversed the paradigm of traditional for-profit/non-profit relationships. Rather than building on her success in the for-profit world, Brooke is building on her experience working in low-resource settings and evidence-based interventions in the non-profit world to create a for-profit entity whose proceeds then sustain and re-invest in community-based organizations. She committed to bringing the RemoteID and ShareWhere platforms to market in the highest-impact verticals: health and safety, humanitarian and disaster relief, democracy participation, and workers' rights and safety.
Brooke brings more than 20 years of experience in the technology field as a writer and editor for several tech magazines. She earned a MS from Northwestern University. She studied Literature as a graduate student at Harvard University, and earned a specialization certificate in Business Strategy from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, holds a certificate in Impact Measurement and Management for the SDGs from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, and nabbed her BA with honors in Comparative Literature from the University of Pennsylvania. When not on an airplane, Brooke can be found roaming the streets looking for the best live music in whatever city, town, or village she finds herself.
Chief Operating Officer
For more than 10 years, Jenny Raymond oversaw the development and delivery of numerous multi-sector partnerships and programs around innovative impact technology as SVP of International Programs for the Pearson Foundation. Her 20+ year career has been dedicated to bringing to market and scaling mobile and web-based impact technologies around the world. Having designed and deployed programs on five continents, she works with our implementing and strategic partners, and on the ground to engage all stakeholders, ensuring the most effective operational practices are deployed.
Jenny holds an MBA from Duke University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. A native of Vancouver, she speaks fluent Canadian.
Chief Strategy Officer
Aimee has more than a decade of experience leading strategic planning, growth, and execution initiatives for impact organizations. From helping grow a grassroots organization that introduced lacrosse to young people in Uganda to leading strategic development initiatives at Harvard Medical School, Aimee has developed and delivered results-oriented impact programs around the world. She leads internal and external multi-stakeholder strategic development for Remote Harbor's new clients and strategic partners.
Aimee is a graduate of the University of Louisville, where she earned her degree in Business Administration and Political Science. While there, she was a member of the Women's Lacrosse team and earned Big East All Academic Team. Aimee earned a Certificate from Harvard Business School in Sustainable Business Strategy. In other words, she's a wicked smart nerd who wields sticks and helps others get stuff done and done better.
Technical Project Manager
Bringing more than 20 years of technical mobile development and project management experience to the Remote Harbor team, Sean Liao oversees the technical development RemoteID-based projects and our consumer offering, FirstID. In addition to having led development teams at Sprint, Motorola, IBM, and a consumer health and wellness startup, Sean has authored three books on secure mobile architecture.
Sean earned his MS in Computer Science at the University of Missouri-KC and is a certified PMP. When not making complex technology sound simple, Sean is the caretaker of his daughters' kick-ass aquarium.
Kelly Jarvis, PhD
Director of Research & Evaluation
A developmental psychologist, Kelly Jarvis brings her expertise bridging the gap between science and service to the Remote Harbor team and its clients and partners. With nearly 20 years of experience conducting applied research and evaluation with health and human service programs, she helps organizations collect and use data to inform and improve their services, with an eye toward building capacity and supporting sustainability. As DRE of Remote Harbor, Dr. Jarvis leads the customization and application of Remote Harbor’s data management products to meet the needs of each client. She assists clients in identifying a clear program theory and goals, selecting and operationalizing appropriate indicators, and devising strategies to collect and manage data that will meet their needs for monitoring implementation and measuring impact. Kelly also leads our efforts to measure and quantify Remote Harbor's social and financial impact.
Kelly earned her doctorate from the University of California, Irvine, and managed to survive playing collegiate rugby while earning her BA from the University of Pennsylvania. In spite of, or perhaps because of her rugby days, Kelly is also Remote Harbor's de facto Minister of Enlightenment and resident yogi.