Meet The Team
John Pujol, Chief Executive Officer
John is a water quality expert with a background in commercialization and development of electrochemical arsenic remediation, off-grid water treatment and UV LED technology for pathogen and pharmaceutical inactivation. John has a Masters in Engineering from UC Berkeley and Bachelors in Economics from Boston University.
Kate Wisialowski, Chief Operations Officer
Kate manages daily operations for Tap Score and all liaison activity across 60+ certified environmental testing facilities. Under her guidance, SimpleWater has continuously improved operational efficiency so that every end-user receives adequate instructions, project pricing and rapid support from the Tap Score customer service team. She has authored a large library of water related user content and blog posts for Tap Score. Kate has a BA from UC Berkeley.
Dr. Jackie Brosamer, Data and Technology Advisor
Jackie advises SimpleWater on complex technology problems and data analysis challenges. She holds a PhD in Physics from the University of California in Berkeley and has previously worked with the ATLAS experiment at CERN. She currently works as a Data Scientist at Square Capital.
Juan Pujol, Chief Financial Officer
Juan Pujol has 30 years experience providing financial management and investment banking advisory services to Private Equity Investors, Hedge Funds, Corporations and Entrepreneurs in the United States, Latin America and Europe. He managed the mergers and acquisitions group at Lloyds Banks Plc. in the US. Mr. Pujol graduated from Boston University with a B.A. in Economic Geography, and from The Pennsylvania State University with a Masters in Business Administration in International Finance.
Julio Rodriguez, Chief Technology Officer
Julio is responsible for Tap Score software engineering, product design, and data analysis. He has a background in software product development and information technology, with a 15 year history of successful enterprise and startup projects. Julio is a graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Christina Chavez, Financial Advisor
Christina is an MBA candidate at the Haas School of Business in UC Berkeley. She has extensive experience with large technology businesses with strengths in strategy, financial planning and analysis, sales operations, corporate finance, audit and business process improvement. Pioneered key metrics and reports to analyze Microsoft's cloud computing business.
Dr. Susan Amrose, Science Advisor
Susan has worked on scientific, social, and economic aspects of electrochemical (EC) water treatment since 2006. As an inventor of ECAR technology she has published research on both applied fundamental science relating to EC methods for arsenic removal. As a result of her water research, she received the Daniel Cubbiciotti Award from the Electrochemical Society. Dr. Amrose received her PhD in Physics from the University of California Berkeley in 2008.
Nick Anchor, Water Treatment Expert
Nick is a Professional Engineer with an MS degree in Environmental Engineering and a BS degree in Civil Engineering.
Jessica Goddard, Chief Science Officer
Jess oversees scientific research, and communications. She has 10 years of engineering and social research experience in water-related issues at the household, water system, and state-level. Currently a doctoral candidate in the Energy & Resources Group at the University of California, Jess's research is at the intersection of water policy and environmental health. Jess has a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering and a Master of Science in Energy and Resources from the University of California, Berkeley, where she was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow.
Jorgen Stovne, Artistic Design
Jorgen is responsible for graphic design and artistic direction for all SimpleWater products including Tap Score and SimpleLab.
Dr. Carsten prasse, Analytical Chemist
Carsten is an assistant professor at John’s Hopkins University. He focuses on the occurrence and fate of organic contaminants in the urban water cycle and their impact on environmental and human health. Carsten deploys state-of-the-art analytical chemistry techniques to develop new screening methods for assessing exposure to drinking water contaminants.
Casey Finnerty, Water Treatment Expert
Casey is pursuing an MS/PhD in Water Quality Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. His aspiration is to develop integrated technologies and approaches that create safe and sustainable access to clean drinking water.