An avid programmer since the age of twelve, and a graduate of Georgia Tech, Tim found a niche for himself in his first career at Boston-based investment companies, developing and managing quantitative hedge fund products. After discovering that volunteering in his children's activities was much more rewarding to him than financial management, he sought to build a product which would make a lasting impression on people. Having setup plenty of scavenger hunts and adventure races for Cub Scouts, building a mobile treasure hunt platform was a natural next step. With TrekSolver, he hopes to help kids (of all ages) make the most of the historical and cultural offerings in the world around us.
Nancy is responsible for LibraryTrek brand development and is our Office Manager. Her professional background in retail and accounting as well as her extensive volunteer work over the years in her children’s school systems has strengthened her organizational and customer service skills, a wonderful asset to her newest adventure with TrekSolver. Nancy graduated from Trinity College in Hartford, CT, with a BA in Economics. She has enjoyed raising her two wonderful children with her husband of 24 years. Nancy enjoys attending all her children’s activities and, in her spare time, loves to read and scrapbook.
Lois is responsible for CampgroundTrek brand development and has expertise in all brands. Lois volunteers her time in her children’s schools, serving as an educational program coordinator, grant writer, and PCC board member. She also leads a Girl Scout troop in Southern Massachusetts. Previously, Lois worked for pharmaceutical and product development companies working in the design, development and marketing departments. Lois holds a Master of Science in Bioengineering from Pennsylvania State University.