Herb Caudill

Founder | Product | Engineering

Herb wrote the first version of DevResults in 2009. Much of that code has since been rewritten by better programmers.

A data-visualization geek, a graphic designer, and a programmer, he has been building websites and software for international development organizations since 2000. Herb grew up in Panama and Ecuador, and worked in Africa for 5 years, first teaching high-school math with the Peace Corps in Gabon and Guinea, and then working on internet initiatives with USAID.

Herb lives in Barcelona, Spain with his wife and two young boys. These days his heroes include Mike Bostock, Edward Tufte, and Idelfons Cerdà. He is currently working on language #7 (Catalan) and has been trying to learn this Prokofiev Sonata for 27 years now.


J. Shane Kunkle

Operations | Strategy | Engineering

Shane is in charge of day-to-day operations at DevResults, from HR to finance to infrastructure. He is also a top-notch software developer.

Shane graduated from Virginia Tech with honors in Computer Engineering and is a Microsoft Certified Professional in ASP.NET. His first professional lines of code were written for radar systems and high-speed buses at General Motor’s Forewarn group.

When he’s not working on DevResults, you can probably find Shane with his wife and three sons (!) somewhere outside, usually coaching youth sports or on his bike around Centennial Lake.


Brent Keller


Brent is an engineer at heart and loves building things to solve problems. Since he was a kid he has been taking things apart and trying to improve them. Building new DevResults features keeps him happy and challenged, chasing the bleeding edge of technology to find creative and elegant solutions. Brent is also responsible for the system infrastructure that keeps DevResults fast and available.

An avid learner and a brilliant self-taught programmer with more than 10 years of IT and software development experience, Brent has a voracious appetite for knowledge and an overloaded bookshelf.

Brent is a Pittsburgh native and a semi-pro hockey player. He enjoys brewing up a batch of craft beer, travelling with his wife, and eating authentic Mexican food.


Leslie Sage

Data | Adoption

Leslie is a data scientist with a passion for data. And science. Leslie performs data magic tricks to help new clients structure their information, then builds and optimizes a DevResults site to fit their needs. She trains clients in data management and makes sure they can organize the info they need to make informed decisions.

Leslie worked with the Obama Presidential Campaign in 2012 as Deputy Data Director for the battleground state of Iowa. In that position she transformed Red Bull into winning voter models, created up-to-the-minute dashboards for decision-makers, and discovered Midwestern craft beers.

Leslie holds a Ph.D. in Microvascular Physiology at the University of Bristol in England. Her research took her to the Hospital for Infectious Diseases in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where she collaborated with the Gates Foundation and Oxford University to develop a new way to study dengue infection.

Outside of work, Leslie enjoys hot weather, roller derby, NPR, brunch, and several other mealtimes. And tacos.


Josh Mandell

Strategy | Sales

Josh is a systems thinker with a talent for connecting people and resources to solve problems. His job is to understand the needs of the international development community and get tools in their hands to help them achieve measurable results.

Prior to DevResults, Josh worked on international education and training projects funded by the U.S. State Department, USAID, and various foreign governments. First at AED and later as an independent consultant, he coordinated operations for several education initiatives in Baghdad, Iraq.

While earning his MPA from New York University's Wagner School of Public Service, Josh focused on the intersection of technology and monitoring and evaluation.

When Josh is not engaging with partners or connecting with prospective clients, you’ll probably see him riding his bike, hanging with friends, or exploring DC with his wife, Rachael, and Boston Terrier, Franklin.


Darren Kopp


Darren Kopp is a father, husband, software engineer, and gamer. Darren figured out how to program websites when he was 14 years old and has continued learning ever since. Darren is eager to apply his software chops to all kinds of problems, and is currently teaching himself as much as he can about machine learning.

When Darren isn't working on DevResults he is working on open source projects, speaking at conferences, and helping to raise two children. Darren lives in Utah and enjoys soccer, paintball, gaming, and spending time with his family.


Kate Mueller

Product | Adoption

Kate is a data geek with a love for solving problems. She’s part solutions architect, part data wrangler, and part trainer. Kate directs her energy at digging in to understand clients’ data needs and structures, crafting DevResults sites to meet those needs, and training clients in the platform and data management best practices.

Before joining DevResults, Kate architected and administered databases and systems, built custom dashboards, and developed curriculum. She’s designed and maintained a slew of data management projects, from tiny workgroup databases to enterprise-scale events processing platforms. She’s also taught college-level writing and database classes, proving that nerdiness can span both the tech and humanities fields.

Kate holds a Masters in Information Management and Certificate of Advanced Study in Data Science from Syracuse University, where she helped construct a self-directed learning technology course and researched the use of information systems in disaster response. She also holds a Masters in English/Writing from Northern Michigan University.

Aside from gushing like a schoolgirl over data-related things, Kate is an avid hiker, bicyclist, gardener, and writer; an occasional pianist; and a zealous fan of local farms and food.


Diego Mijelshon


Diego is a passionate developer obsessed with elegant solutions to complex problems.

Following his grandfather’s steps in engineering, he got fascinated with computers and since he wrote his first lines of code at age 12, he knew that software would be his life. 25 years later, he does not regret it.

A proud husband and father of twins, Diego lived all of his life in Argentina and speaks Spanish and English fluently, plus a bit of Hebrew and Mandarin (真的吗?בטח)

When he’s not crunching code, you’ll find him at the park with his girls, making an asado for his friends, playing fútbol or hitting the strings of his SG.


Bob Meyers


Bob is a long-time business/tech nerd who loves creating technology solutions that solve real customer problems. His grandpa built rockets and his dad is a business investment guy, so maybe it's genetic? Bob has been designing and writing software since he was 10 or so, including a recent nine-year stint at Microsoft as a senior contributor to their data visualization and analytics platform. He also has extensive experience in software security and user experience design. He has a Bachelors in Computer Science and an MBA, both from Brigham Young University.

Bob spends a good chunk of his time with his wife raising their seven awesome children, gardening (which is a lot like raising children in some ways), reinventing some part of the house, playing, watching, or coaching basketball, or heading out on road trips to go spend time with extended family.