|Samuel W. Knowlton - Chief Leagueologist|
The principal architect and development coordinator for inLeague's Sports Management Suite, Sam got his start as a developer at Cornell University's Employment and Disability Institute, where he specialized in web accessibility and electronic management of diverse data across several Federal and State grant-funded projects. In 2002, he became involved with Michael Karlin and AJ Willmer, two AYSO parents and volunteers in Los Angeles. Over the next four years and with the support and extensive knowledge and experience of Michael, AJ, and other AYSO Beverly Hills and Los Angeles volunteers, Sam wrote the foundation of what became the inLeague Sports Management Suite.
A Delaware native, Sam left Cornell for New York City in 2004, where he divided his time between managing inLeague and the theater world as a stage actor. Sam got married in the Summer of 2010 and relocated his family and inLeague Corporate HQ to Austin, Texas.
Among Sam's other interests are classical piano, medieval history, motorcycles, and general aviation. Sam holds a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University.
|Bri Lance - Technomancer General|
She initially became involved with InLeague after working with Sam at the Employment and Disability Institute, while studying at Cornell. She did freelance work for InLeague for several years, and has recently joined the company as Technomancer General, which is another name for "person in charge of coding stuff".
Bri is also a hobbyist game designer. Her game projects include Velociraptor!Cannibalism!, a board game which recently raised 1000% of its funding goal on Kickstarter; the educational kids' game Fitter Critters, which received second place in the Apps for Healthy Kids contest; and Quattris, an html5 game which was an Honorable Mention in the dev:unplugged game contest. She is active in the Philadelphia chapter of the International Game Developers Association.
Bri lives near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in a house in the middle of the woods, with one other programmer, lots of deer, and way too many groundhogs. She is an avid reader, especially of science fiction and fantasy, and an aspiring sci-fi author. (She plans to keep on aspiring until she actually gets published.) She also enjoys travel, music, beer, psychology, air conditioning, and blank notebooks.
Bri may be found on Twitter as @yeah_its_me.
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