Amy O’Donnell is the Project Manager for the FrontlineSMS:Radio project. Amy’s role is to maintain communication to ensure that the needs of users are translated into the software development. She joined FrontlineSMS at the beginning of 2011 from the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation, where she supported minority groups and indigenous communities to develop human rights campaigns. While studying Human Rights at University College London, she developed an interest in migration and the rights of the internally displaced. Previously, Amy has also worked at Action Against Hunger and Amnesty International and worked in a school in Mchinji, Malawi. Amy is open to ideas and you can contact her directly amy[at]frontlinesms.com
Sean McDonald is Director of Operations at FrontlineSMS and Executive Director FrontlineSMS:Legal. Sean has been working with NGOs since 1997 and working in international development since 2005. He is the FrontlineSMS Director of Operations for the Americas, and also runs FrontlineSMS:Legal. In addition he is on the Board of the Alliance for Peacebuilding, Digital Democracy, and International Peace Park Expeditions. Sean holds a J.D. and an M.A. (in International Peace and Conflict Resolution) from American University and a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Sharath Srinivasan is a Co-founder of FrontlineSMS:Radio. Sharath directs Cambridge University’s Centre of Governance and Human Rights, partnered with FrontlineSMS to create and research FrontlineSMS:Radio. Three cups of coffee with Ken Banks and an idea was born. He researches and teaches on African political development, peacemaking, and new communication technologies and citizen-state governance relations. He is a Fellow of King’s College Cambridge, and David and Elaine Potter Lecturer in Cambridge’s Department of Politics and International Studies. He has a longstanding interest in Sudan, where he previously worked.