My name’s Julien Cherry and I’m a software engineer based out of New York City. I currently work at Seam Social Labs, where I am helping to empower communities by building a product called co:census.
I grew up in Central Massachusetts and went on to study Computer Science and Linguistics at Northeastern University. During that time, I also developed software at Basis Technology in Cambridge, ProGlove in Munich, and Pivotal Software (now known as VMware Tanzu) in Manhattan.
In my spare time, I volunteer for Operation Friendship and Destination Imagination, organizations I’ve been with for at least eight years each. I also love performing improv, stargazing, and creating complex travel itineraries that sometimes end painfully.