Kevin Atienza graduated summa cum laude from UP Diliman Computer Science. While he was in college, he won numerous international awards from competitions. He is one of only a handful of Filipinos who have qualified for the ACM-ICPC World Finals. He is also a prominent judge and problem setter in the international algorithmic programming contest community. He won second place in the Google Code Jam World Finals held last July 2016 in New York City, making him the only Filipino to join and win the said contest.
Vernon Gutierrez studied Computer Science at the Ateneo de Manila University. As a college student, he participated for three years in the ACM-ICPC regional contest. He also interned at ByImplication, makers of the award-winning Imagine Cup Game Wildfire and Metro Manila commuting app Sakay.PH. Currently, he teaches various computer science courses at the Ateneo such as Intro to Computing, Data Structures and Algorithms, Math for Computer Science, Programming Languages, and Computer Science Problem Solving (Competitive Programming). He is also the coach of the Ateneo college programming teams.
Payton Yao took up Computer Science in UP Diliman and graduated cum laude. He was the secondary lead developer in Kalibrr, a Y-Combinator start-up in the Philippines, for two years before he served as the lead developer in YesCredit. He is currently studying in the National University of Singapore (NUS) this year to study under their School of Computing.
Jared Asuncion studied Mathematics in UP Diliman and graduated cum laude. Upon graduation, he taught mathematics in the university for two years. During this period, he was then invited to take up a Masters degree in Algebra, Geometry, and Number Theory in Europe under an Erasmus Mundus scholarship. This July 2016, he graduated under the double degree course, obtaining diplomas from Universiteit Leiden (Netherlands) and Université de Bordeaux (France).
Tim Dumol is an avid competitor in programming contests, a machine learning enthusiast, and a full-stack developer. He has been in love with math and coding since high school. Tim’s first foray into open source was in his senior year at high school, where he was a heavy contributor to the web UI for the Sage mathematical software package. Thereafter, he discovered the excitement of programming contests, and placed in several national and international contests, such as the Google Code Jam, the Manila Game Jam, and the ACM ICPC. While competing in college, Tim freelanced for a couple of years until he was found by Kalibrr, where he now works as its Chief Software Engineer.
Tonette Rivera is currently taking up law at the University of the Philippines College of Law. She works as a legal assistant at the Human Rights Victims’ Claims Board and uses her spare time for lobby for free legal representation and institutional support for various sectors. She took up Entrepreneurial Management in UA&P and uses her experience in marketing and business to help the team raise funds and build partnerships with different institutions.