Zaahah is a US-based startup with team members, advisors and consultants across the globe. Our founding team has met with stakeholders from over two hundred schools and youth associations. We've identified unmet needs and discovered a unique opportunity to improve how technology can most effectively serve everyone involved in K-12 education. Our mission has been met with overwhelmingly positive feedback, motivating us to build something irreplaceable for all users.
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CEO / Founder
While completing an Executive Education program at The Wharton School of Business, James Sisneros had the idea to instantly connect users across the internet who shared the same interests. James' background includes, Sales for IBM, leading business development efforts for a number of medical software startups and executive search. James has spoken at national high school conferences about entrepreneurship. A New Mexico native, James is a graduate of St. Pius X High School and The University of New Mexico. He completed IBM Sales School and received a Certificate in Entrepreneurship from The Wharton School of Business. James lives in Center City, Philadelphia and has a reputation for working non-stop. Meditation, walking his dog, fitness, anything startup related and great food break up his day. #Zaahah, #doglover, #running, #fitnees, #moretravel, #meditation, #startup
User Experience Designer
Mike is a skilled designer with an extensive background in customer experience, product management, user experience and interaction design. He brings a freshness and clarity of vision to everything he does with expertise in visual design, information architecture and user-centred design processes.
You could describe Mike as a science fiction lover, brunch enjoyer, overly-ambitious home chef, vintage motorcycle aficionado and eternal seeker of inspiration.
Amir is a 25-year veteran of the United Nations, and was the UN's Chief Liaison for Partnerships. As Executive Director of the UN Office for Partnerships, he forged strategic alliances to address the Millennium Development Goals. He also set-up and managed the UN Democracy Fund, to strengthen democratic processes in new or restored democracies. Amir spearheaded the UN's engagement with companies, foundations & civil society across sectors - Education, Health, Technology, Environment, and Peace, Security & Human Rights. He is the founder and chairman of the Global Partnerships Forum (GPF), an international platform to address economic and social challenges, through innovative partnerships.