Chief Technology Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Monte Evans is responsible for the vision and strategy of Warpwire's technology. He's guided by a passion to design innovative, comprehensively built products that are focused, concise, and embrace continuity. Before founding Warpwire, Monte spent over a decade architecting scalable applications for business and higher education as a Senior Information Architect and Technical Director. Monte holds a Masters of Science in Information Science from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, focusing on unstructured text analysis of large datasets. He currently resides in Durham.
Chief Operating Officer
With over fifteen years of experience translating technology needs into intuitive, user-oriented solutions, Andrew Synowiez leads client acquisition, product strategy, design, and user-experience for Warpwire. Prior to founding Warpwire, Andrew was a Creative Director and Lead Product Designer who fostered software relationships with tier-1 educational clients. He also founded a full-service film production company whose work received national TV broadcast and international festival screening. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and lives with his wife Marie in Durham.
Vice President, Engineering
Jeff Gula oversees application development, information security, interface usability, and technical support for Warpwire. Before founding Warpwire, Jeff led software development and systems architecture as a Research Director and Development Lead, and has collaborated with many RTP-based research and science companies on large-scale data collection and analysis projects. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and now resides in Durham.
General Counsel, Advisor
Walter Daniels serves as general counsel for Warpwire through his law firm, Daniels & Daniels, P.A. In addition to his work at Warpwire, Walter currently serves as Chairman of the Statewide Advisory Board of the North Carolina Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) and has since 1984. Mr. Daniels was a founding member of the CED and served as their director for many years. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a Morehead Scholar and graduated with honors in American Studies. Later, he received a law degree from UNC and a masters in Public Policy Sciences from Duke University. Walter now resides in Durham with his family.