Jamaal Ghanem (JG) – Founder / Editorial Contributor
JG is a Entrepreneur / YouTuber that has love for new technology and the future it will bring. Graduate with a BA in Information Systems from SFSU. He has Combined over 20million views on his YouTube channels and created 3 online business “JGTechBlog” – “UnlockTheSource” – “CLEQQ”. One thing many dont know about JG is that he has a huge Passion for photovoltaic systems and sees them as the future for everything in the world.
Bassam Abojamea – Show Host/Editorial Contributor
Currently a host of Tech Talk Weekly at JGTechBLog, previously worked as a host for Bassam Studious. Art School graduate from Saudia Arabia. I love making cookies and I’m thinking of makeing a YouTube channel for cookies. 🙂
Mahmoud (Moe) Elsheikh – Designer/Editorial Contributor
Moe is a product orientated designer who focuses on innovation and excellence.
In 2015, he graduated from the University of the Pacific in Stockton with a degree in Management Information Systems. During his time as a Tiger, he explored majors including Computer Science, Engineering Management, and Human Computer Interaction.
Shortly after, he made the trek to Oakland for a job in advertising-sales at Yelp. A year later, he became the #1 rep in San Francisco.
More recently, he has embraced a career as a multidisciplinary product designer and has works in virtual reality, augmented reality, mobile apps, and has even worked on chat bots. Visit holymoe.ly to check out some of his work.
Ibrahim Algahim – Videoagrapher /EDITORIAL CONTRIBUTOR
Independent filmmaker originally from Yemen, Algahim remembers spending a lot of time as a child watching Japanese animation shows. After settling in San Francisco in 1998 with his family of 8 siblings, he became obsessed with Jackie Chan and other martial arts films. In his own work he blends action and the hero narrative with messages of tolerance and empowerment. He has made videos for non-profit organizations such as the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), SF Community Land Trust, and a PSA for San Francisco City Hall’s May Day event. He has been a producer or 1st AD on six narrative shorts, and has written and directed two, including Go Back Home which screened at the Embarcadero Center Cinema in SF in 2017. Ibrahim is a graduate of the Digital Film & Video Production program at The Art Institute of California — San Francisco.
Hammad – Editorial Contributor
Hammad is a senior pursuing a degree in computer science and economics. His curiosity and determination led him to unexpected experiences, while his tenacity allows him further his inquiries until he has his answers. Aside from his technical expertise, Hammad has experience in leadership, community outreach, social media and research. His passion is learning new technologies and implementing human-centered design thinking to create beautifully designed applications and products. In his free time, Hammad enjoys playing soccer, volleyball, cooking and going on spontaneous adventures. However, his favorite activity has to be laying back and drinking chai tea with friends while talking about life and the universe.