Our principals are Anna van Raaphorst-Johnson and Richard H. (Dick) Johnson.
Anna van Raaphorst-Johnson
Anna is our content specialist: linguistic analyst, text annotator, information architect, writer, and editor.
Anna has done extensive writing on technical, scientific, historic, and educational topics. She has had broad experience in the high-tech industry and educational organizations as employee, consultant, contractor, and pro-bono volunteer.
Anna has a BA in German with a minor in history/political science from UCLA and an MA in linguistics from Stanford University.
Anna’s post-graduate education includes data science and analytics; web design and technology; localization; and language study of German, Spanish, Dutch, and English as a second language. She has a certificate in genealogy from Salt Lake Community College, and has taken coursework in teaching English as a second language at UCLA.
For a number of years Anna has volunteered as a researcher and cataloger at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, and at a number of archaeological and paleontological sites in California and the U.S. Mountain States. She is currently working as a data specialist for Moveworks, an AI start-up.
In her spare time Anna enjoys active sports, photography, travel, and researching and writing about family history.
To contact Anna: email@example.com
For more information: Anna’s LinkedIn profile
Richard H. (Dick) Johnson
Dick is our technology specialist: software engineer, web developer, writer, and researcher.
Dick has extensive experience in software development, technical writing and the history of computing.
Dick has a BA and MA in Mathematics from UCLA. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Dick’s post-graduate education includes web development and data science with R and Python. He has written custom code to do XML data transformations, data wrangling, and web publishing.
Dick is also a history buff and has attended many classes on modern and ancient history at Stanford.
For a number of years Dick has volunteered as a researcher and cataloger at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, and at a number of archaeological and paleontological sites in California and the U.S. Mountain States. Dick has also done three hitches working as a volunteer on the Battleship Missouri in Pearl Harbor.
In his spare time, Dick likes to work on compiling his family history and studying Spanish, German, mathematics, and computer languages. He is also an avid walker and jogger.
To contact Dick: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information: Dick’s LinkedIn profile