Michael is a software engineer and humanitarian aid worker. He is currently the Assistant Director at Open@RIT. He also acts as a director for the Federation of Humanitarian Technologists.
With work experience stemming from tech companies such as Amazon and GIPHY to large humanitarian organizations such as the International Rescue Committee and UNICEF, he seeks to help create systems where software products are created to benefit humanity rather than be acquired by tech monopolies.
March 10th, 2023 | 35 mins 9 secs
Ruth talks about Mautic and what her job as the Project Lead entails, while Mike tells us why he’s at State of Open Con representing RIT and what separates university and industry OSPOs.
February 26th, 2021 | 32 mins 36 secs
On today’s episode, our special guest is Michael Nolan, Director at the Federation of Humanitarian Technologists and the Assistant Director at Open@RIT. We learn what the Federation of Human Technologists is and what they do, and find out what Mike is doing at Open@RIT.