Wladimir Nikoluk is Founder at ImmerLearn and a Public Policy Candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School with a focus on data science-based impact measurement. He has been awarded the McCloy Fellowship of the German Government and the Harvard Cheng Fellowship for social entrepreneurs. Previously, he was a consultant at McKinsey & Company specializing in public sector, technology and strategy projects. Before that he worked as a Resilience Intelligence Officer for the United Nations in Jordan, where he represented UNDP in negotiations with governments, NGOs and other UN agencies on the response plan for the Syria sub-region. He holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford and is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers and the German National Academic Foundation.
Wladimir Nikoluk
Chief Executive Officer
Michael Moszczynski founded ImmerLearn after more than eight years in the humanitarian aid and development sectors, specializing in software architecture and system design. During this time, he worked at Souktel, a digital solutions provider, on the delivery of software for aid projects of large organizations, such as the UN, USAID, DFID and the World Bank, including the GPS-tracking of medicine into Syria and delivering legal advice to refugees via SMS. He has extensive experience with developing monitoring and evaluation systems as well as third-party tools and data integration. Previously, he worked at several startups in the mobile sector, one of which was purchased by Verisign Inc.
Michael Moszczynski
Chief Technology Officer
Jillian Cohn is an MBA candidate at Harvard Business School. Previously, she worked in impact investing within the Investment Management Division at Goldman Sachs, executing private markets investments to create customized impact portfolios for institutional clients. She also worked at the International Finance Corporation, where she invested in infrastructure and natural resources projects in developing countries globally. At both Goldman Sachs and the International Finance Corporation, she was involved with assessment, measurement, evaluation and reporting of impact outcomes of her investments. She also spent time as an investment banking analyst at Foros Group. She is a graduate of the Huntsman Program of International Studies and Business at the University of Pennsylvania, holding a BS in Economics from The Wharton School and a BA in International Studies from The College of Arts and Sciences.
Jillian Cohn
Chief Operating Officer
Yuki Asano is a data scientist with experience in Siemens and SOS Children's Villages. He is a PhD candidate at Oxford in machine learning. Yuki founded a consultancy in Munich to enable non-profits to measure and multiply their impact. His previous experience lies in computational medical physics and applied mathematics and numerical algorithms, for which he spent a term at the University of Tokyo. He is a member of the Max-Weber scholarship and the German National Academic Foundation.
Yuki Asano
Chief Data Officer


Philipp Schneider is a Dual Degree Masters student in Engineering and Technology Innovation Management and Mechanical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. His research focuses on applying machine learning algorithms to analyze the impact of technology on society. Previously, he worked on projects using Natural Language Processing to forecast tax liabilities at EY as well as Project Manager at Airbus introducing Cloud Computing and Machine Learning within the production environment. He is a Fulbright scholar, scholar of the member of the German National Academic Foundation and scholar of the German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy.
Philipp Schneider
Sr Machine Learning Engineer
Maximilian Sieb is currently pursuing a Masters in Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University. His focus lies on conceiving machine learning and computer vision algorithms for advanced robotic platforms. Previously, he has worked on projects involving Natural Language Processing and Human Activity Recognition. He has professional background in both Software Engineering & Strategy Consulting, and he is a member of the German National Academic Foundation and scholar of the Ulderup Foundation.
Maximilian Sieb
Sr Machine Learning Engineer


Brendan Chia is a Public Policy Candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School. Previously, he worked with the World Bank as a Disaster Risk Management Analyst, where he was involved in infrastructure and urban resilience projects in Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam and China. Prior to that, he was based in Yangon, Myanmar with the United Nations Office for Project Services, specializing in infrastructure investment and economic development in Southeast Asian countries. He started his career at the Singapore Economic Development Board and holds a BA in Geography from the London School of Economics.
Brendan Chia
Vice President,
Business Development


Jon Arwed Buchholtz is pursuing a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford. He is involved with numerous social initiatives, ranging from the leadership team of one of the largest German Refugee Citizen Initiatives to local tribal education work in India. Arwed is currently on the executive team of the non-profit start-up Project Access, managing over 100 team members. He has been awarded scholarships by Pembroke College Oxford and the foundation of German Business for his outstanding academic achievements. He has spent time working in a German parliament and as an intern in microeconomic consulting. He is also part of the MIRAI Future Leader program of the Japanese government, represents Oxford at leadership conferences around the world and is a Fellow associated with the student-forum of Tönissteiner Kreis.
Jon Arwed Buchholtz
Senior Associate
Regan Brady is pursuing a BA in Economics with a secondary in Psychology at Harvard University. She is passionate about the potential for data science to affect change in the world and is interested in the intersection between behavioral science, economics and public policy. Regan was named a 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholar and an inaugural Calvin Coolidge Foundation Scholar and hopes to do the most good she can through a career in research, public service or social entrepreneurship. Regan is the former president of a non-profit philanthropic foundation, and at Harvard she has been heavily involved in the Institute of Politics’ Economic Policy research group and served as an associate director of business for Harvard Model United Nations.
Regan Brady