Rob Konsdorf (a.k.a @robrigo) hails from the Bitshares and Steem communities. Having studied and worked toward the proliferation of blockchain networks passionately since 2014, Rob is a natural fit for rallying a cross-disciplinary team together to accelerate the adoption of EOSIO and its applications. As an avid proponent of the transformative force of decentralized networks, he decided to focus on his passion of evangelizing and building in the blockchain industry full-time last year. Over this period of time, Rob has done various gigs in the blockchain industry, such as consulting for AIKON, PassageX, and Bitcash, recovering lost digital assets, launching EOSIO networks, and teaching everything he knows about blockchains to people. With a degree in Computer Science and background in Software Engineering, Rob is a hustler by nature, doing whatever it takes to get the job done.
Charlie Dumont’s experience in the corporate environment ranges from blue chip companies to expanding startups and launching new projects purchased by established organizations. His professional background in software and infrastructure stretches over 20 years, since near the beginning of the graphical internet, from networking to hardware to mobile application development with products as wide-ranging as healthcare, payment systems, data standardization, and marketing. He has a strong belief in the transformative power of technology and making it accessible to all.
Adam Zientarski is the COO, where he is be responsible for running the day-to-day operations, financial projections, developing partnerships in the Detroit and cryptocurrency communities, and representing EOS Detroit in the EOS, Telos, and Worbli communities as its governance expert. Prior to helping found EOS Detroit, Adam was the Director of Business Development at Benzinga, a Detroit based financial tech and media firm. During his time there, he worked in many facets of the business including leading the business development team, organizing events (most notably the Benzinga Fintech Awards), web development, and salesforce architecture/administration.
Adam is currently a board member for the Telos Foundation and has already contributed to improving the transparency of the Telos Foundation by authoring and successfully passing TIP-12, a proposal to have Telos Foundation pay proposed and voted on separately from Telos Foundation budgets by Telos Foundation Voting Token holders.
Over his career, Adam has worked with some of the largest brands in finance to craft imaginative content and data solutions, with a particular specialty in alternative data. After leaving Benzinga, Adam became interested in the blossoming crypto and blockchain space, and has helped grow Detroit Blockchainers, Metro-Detroit’s largest blockchain meetup group through hosting live streamed educational events. Adam has also assisted companies such as BitBox with their marketing and sales process.
Adam graduated from the University of Michigan, with a Bachelors of Business Administration and a focus in entrepreneurial studies.
Lars KommienezuspadatMedia Producer