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Dr. Hatch, a CFA charterholder and Superforecaster, came to Good Judgment from McAlinden Research Partners. Previously, he co-managed a hedge fund seeded by Tiger Management and was a portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley.
Mr. Wayrynen was the lead developer for the Good Judgment Project’s prediction poll platform. As the founder of MMC Software, he created collaborative work environments.
An attorney with an MBA in international trade & relations, Mr. Anzur comes to Good Judgment from Euromonitor International, where he led various business-development teams around the globe within the firm’s consulting and subscription services group. Previously, his career was focused in the telecommunications sector, primarily with AT&T.
Mr. Koehler, a Superforecaster, heads government relations and leads our Workshop product. Previously, he served multiple tours as an American diplomat in US embassies in Asia and Europe, as well as in the White House, Pentagon, and State Department.
Ms. Zeng is Good Judgment’s Contracts Officer, and handles legal, compliance, and related administrative matters for the company. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association.
Ms. Murray is a co-founder and CEO Emeritus of Good Judgment Inc. She advises Good Judgment’s management team and serves as Chair of its Board of Directors.
Ms. Murray was Project Manager for the Good Judgment Project at UC–Berkeley. Prior to that, she founded a consulting firm specializing in telecommunications and energy policy and was a division director at the California Public Utilities Commission.
Winner of the 2016 Exeter Prize for Research in Experimental Economics, Decision Theory and Behavioral Economics, Dr. Chen develops Good Judgment’s training and forecaster feedback content. As a post doc with the Good Judgment Project, she led development of the online training platform that produced up to 11% improvements in forecasting accuracy.
Ms. Ball coordinates operations and is one of our question-team leads, reprising a role she played in the Good Judgment Project. She previously worked as a program coordinator at the Council on Foreign Relations and also has been a high school teacher in Japan.
Mr. Hatch leads Good Judgment’s Superforecaster® Analytics product. He has extensive public and private sector experience: after serving on Capitol Hill, in the Office of the Secretary at the Department of Treasury, and as Deputy Mayor for Salt Lake City, Mr. Hatch spent 7 years on Wall Street.
Dr. McCullough, a Superforecaster, manages Staffcasting Programs and facilitates workshops. He also heads government operations for Good Judgment. His more than 22 years of project-management experience in the academic and commercial sectors include directing multi-disciplinary investigations of submerged cultural resources in North America and abroad.
Mr. Adler, a Superforecaster, leads Good Judgment’s question team, capitalizing on his legal training and extensive experience with municipal finance. He also helps manage our public forecasting platform, Good Judgment Open.
Ms. Devlen has lead responsibility for all Good Judgment content production, including but not limited to reports for our Superforecaster® Analytics product, newsletters, as well as blog and social-media posts. You may also see some of her award-winning photography in our publications. After her start as an editor and reporter in Kyrgyzstan, Lena has had a globe-trotting career, with experience in Turkey, the US, and Denmark before landing most recently in Canada.
Mr. Rescober leads Good Judgment’s data-science operations. As a Good Judgment Project analyst, he studied prediction markets. Mr. Rescober is a former Federal Reserve Board researcher and was a research assistant for Philip Tetlock’s book Expert Political Judgment.
Ms. Simrell heads Good Judgment’s public relations efforts, with lead responsibility for media relations, event management, and stakeholder communications. Before joining Good Judgment, she was public relations director at a full-service B2B marketing agency, with prior experience as an account executive at other agencies and an in-house marketing specialist at a regional bank. She holds an Accredited in Public Relations certification through the Public Relations Society of America.
Mr. Urtubey, a Superforecaster, leads Good Judgment Open, our public forecasting platform. He is also Good Judgment’s representative in Latin America and an expert in developing rigorous and relevant forecasting questions. As a researcher in the FAPERJ/Columbia University Cooperation Program ( FAPERJ) and in the CNPq-MIT Cooperation Program (CNPq), he studied the political economy and governance of the oil and gas sector in Brazil.
Mrs. Weidner, a specialist in international relations, is a featured presenter at our Superforecasting® workshops. She is an F-15E instructor in the US Air Force Reserves and has served as an Assistant Officer on the Department of Defense Joint Staff.
Good Judgment’s Certified Superforecasters have decades of collective experience in assigning well-calibrated, accurate probability forecasts to complex geopolitical, economic, legal/regulatory, public health, and technology outcomes. They live and work on six continents and are fluent in numerous languages.
Our Superforecasters draw on a rich variety of professional training and expertise, including finance, statistics, political science, and intelligence analysis; science, engineering, and technology; and architecture and city planning. They hold undergraduate and graduate degrees in fields such as international relations, economics, law, medicine, pharmacology, energy and environmental studies, mathematics, microbiology, cultural anthropology, Russian and Turkic studies, chemical engineering, accounting, and many more. While their backgrounds are diverse, they are all open‐minded thinkers with a singular focus at Good Judgment: making accurate forecasts.
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