Francis's mind moves a million miles per second, but then a light switch flips and the paradigm of logic as necessary or relevant to the point he is making falls under shadow. The binary assumptions made in life are no longer black or white once alert to the fact that Francis was referring to the Tao Te Ching as a metaphor to explain how and why he can and will change the world through supply not demand. It is both a violent compassion and jovial madness that preoccupies the heart and mind of Francis Pedraza. If you dare to converse with him you will discover that behind the curtain exists a world exploding with tenacity and clarity. He is expressionism in pure form.
Mother of Reason. Challenge Seeker. Life Producer. Aimee's a problem solver to the core. Solutions are her quest and problems are the food that fuels her epic journey. She finds extreme fulfillment and personal joy in supporting visionaries to realize their own personal legend. Aimee thrives in an environment where she can provide passionate support and at the same time learn and grow both professionally and personally. Her chameleon-like spirit allows her to move between chaos and order and back again when necessary.
Prior to Invisible, Marshall worked in an organization that shared many of the same principles that exist within Invisible: the desire for excellence, meritocracy, radical transparency, radical truth, radical feedback-- all aspects that drew him to Invisible. In this culture, he learned to temper and manage his ego in the face of radical vulnerability. It is the openness to feedback Marshall believes is crucial for growth. Now he is about to jump into another transformative hotseat. Marshall is preparing to pack a suitcase to live the next year as a nomad.
Tyler is a technology executive and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. His expertise ranges from operations and M&A to scaling sales, marketing and product teams in B2B companies. Most recently CEO at CloudApp, Tyler led the company through multiple acquisitions, over 10x ARR growth and $10M in venture financing.
Ric is a modern-day polymath who draws on various disciplines including but not limited to architecture, philosophy, economics, history, literature, and cultural intelligence to drive new paradigms of thought into reality. At present, he's a problem-solver as CFO of Invisible. Beyond theory, Invisible, as Ric passionately explains, is actualizing a boundary-less society. "It’s possible to have a firm that no longer has a physical headquarter and no walls, but rather it’s a platform that is 24/7, and people are coming together in mutual interest to accomplish more things. The walls are coming down.”
Scott is relentlessly curious and resists being defined too narrowly. He’s a technologist and a businessman, a programmer and a designer, a musician and a writer, a father and a coach. Scott is a veteran CTO who has built and led engineering, product, design, and marketing teams at multiple growth stage startups. He’s also served as a coach and advisor with a particular focus on the challenges faced by leaders in startups. What unites all of the threads of his life is a passion for creating beautiful things, be they songs or apps or stories or teams.
Shane is a problem-solver, musician, athlete, traveler and perhaps most notably, a man on a mission. It is his personal mission to empower motivated people to achieve success and happiness. There are a lot of people who want success, and Shane wants to give them the tools needed to explore all that life has to offer. When he got into a debilitating accident he saw his dreams, athletic scholarships and identity collapse before him. He used that experience as a transformative one to learn how to live a fulfilling life regardless of life's circumstances.
John has worked at mostly traditional financial organizations as an information security manager and executive. He made his start as a developer for a Princeton, New Jersey security startup and eventually wanted to try the startup life again. John's security philosophy is to allow business to flourish while reducing risk to an acceptable level.
Hungry to become the next entrepreneurial disruptor of his generation, Jay sprinted with a lean start-up pace throughout the first three years of his undergrad career. Jay spent countless hours in search of the "it" project-- experimenting in gait rehabilitation for MS patients, building apps, producing podcasts and designing electronic braking systems. As fast as he could he would test, fail, iterate, rinse, repeat. Jay is embarking on a new project as VP of Growth at Invisible. With a new mission ahead on the horizon, he is switching gears to a marathon pace. He still runs toward disruption but is tempered by what he sees ahead of him-- a rare glimpse of greatness.
Erinn Woodside is a humanitarian at heart. She has worked for the U.S. Military and has visited Iraq and other conflict zones as an aid worker. Her experiences have fostered within her a desire to help those suffering from trauma. It is with a focus on healing that Erinn hopes to help others build fulfilling lives. As the Vice President of Development at Invisible, Erinn is focused on building a resource of support and accountability for all team members to meet their highest potential and goals. Erinn is also working on her Master’s of Psychology in Edinburgh, Scotland.
With StarCraft grand-master strategic abilities, Kamron has personally interviewed and hired each agent on the Invisible team. His ability to see not only the gifts of each person, but their dreams and potential to actualize is the bedrock of Invisible’s culture of humility, courage, curiosity, and honor. Kamron’s admiration for the human spirit has defined Invisible, at its core, as a group of insanely beautiful people who engage with the mysteries of life.
As CTO of Invisible, Keenahn is currently building technology that will minimize the BS in life and maximize the time and resources needed for everyone to actualize their happiness. He does so while on the move as a nomad in search of the mythical geographical cure. For Keenahn, long-term happiness is akin to running a marathon-- extended bouts of dedicated training, steadfast endurance and unobstructed focus that ultimately lead to an efficient path toward long-lasting satisfaction.
Meditation is a daily ritual for Gunar. Whether it be 5 minutes or 5 seconds, it is essential he takes time to pause throughout the day. With this same spirit of growth, Gunar decided to leave his steady job in pursuit of a new career in software development. He spent six months voraciously self-teaching all he could about development. In the process of learning, he came across an opportunity to test his newfound knowledge in a freelance opportunity with Invisible. It was only a matter of time before Gunar stepped into his current role as VP of Product.
Corey describes himself as a minimalist--optimizing for the most output with the least input. He lives a nomadic lifestyle carrying only what is necessary and fills his books and blogs with topics from tech life hacks to simplify the digital noise. Conversations within his vast network of friends and followers has pivoted with depth and quality over quantity and breadth. Now down to the bare minimum he can focus on his one true mission: use technology to connect people and build community. How does he know he will achieve this? Compulsion and productivity toward what is essential in life.
Upon dropping out of school, Skyler came across a new opportunity--one that promised an environment to learn a breadth of skills as deep as he wanted under the best mentors possible. Skyler chose this opportunity and, at 22, has already built a library of skills beyond a university paradigm. He has learned how to manage and lead others, how to think strategically and understand what are the impacts of each decision he makes, and most importantly how to effect change where needed most. That opportunity continues at the school of Invisible.
Taking the road less traveled, Rodrigo quit university in pursuit of self-taught learning of everything there is to know about software engineering. Though this field was entirely new for Rodrigo, his hunger to learn and desire to change the world kept him from looking back. The first step, Rodrigo realized, is to learn how to be a software engineer by developing the front and back end systems for Invisible. During this process, he is acquiring not only the technical skills but also the leadership skills that will be necessary to guide teams into the next wave of possibilities.
For Leo, living a nomadic life is a multi-disciplinary practice of stoicism, minimalism, non-conformism, and a nod to anarchism. It is an act of letting go of any anchors that might weigh him down in exchange to be free in the face of boundless exploration. He invites serendipitous encounters with people, hoping to engage with and be transformed by the kaleidoscope of cultures exchanged at each nexus. As he sees the arrival of the third industrial revolution, Leo, alongside fellow Invisible colleagues, is preparing the world with a new way of interaction with self and others.
Prior to Invisible, Zach O’Brien ran his own tutoring company, tutoring students in quantitative subjects. With both a technical and highly creative background, Zach was an obvious choice for Invisible’s Head of Analytics position. The ability to visualize data is as much an art as it is a science. Zach’s has continued to hone his skills at Invisible, both as a mathematician, and as a manager and creative problem solver. At Invisible, Zach has found a group of people he can trust, and one he looks forward to working with every day.
At the age of 15, Bilal Qureshi began working multiple jobs to support his family. Working on these jobs brought more than income; it brought him a multitude of life skills, including the ability to learn quickly, adapt and speak multiple languages. Most notably, though, he learned the value of education. When he is not working at Invisible as a software engineer, Bilal volunteers his time teaching English to others in his home country of Pakistan. "I teach others English so they can have access to learn other skills and discover other opportunities."
Atusa Hangafarin is a member of the growth team whose focus is on exceptional client service and customer success for new and existing clients who join invisible. Before joining Invisible, Atusa spent seven years in the insurance industry after a successful career, she looked for a change in pace and a way to create larger positive global impact. Atusa now helps within sales, support, and customer success for Invisible. She is also a member of the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Atusa enjoys spending time with her fiancé, friends and family, going to the shooting range, walks on the beach, volunteering with Rotary and enjoying each moment in life as much as she possibly can.
Sebastiaan van Kuyk is Director of Product for Automation and Security, where he drives inception, creation, and deployment of technologies across the company. As well as being a full stack engineer, he brings with him experience from a variety of different startups ranging from entertainment to growth-hacking and crypto. Invisible’s mission to disrupt work and build the future of decentralized labor is naturally attractive to the serial futurist in Sebastiaan, as well as his inner nomad. When he’s not plugged in, you'll find him building and riding vintage motorcycles, kitesurfing, or anything else adrenaline-filled and hazardous.
Sam Mata is a Delivery Manager in Invisible Technologies where he oversees several areas and is focused on the coordination of the operations in the Digital Assembly Line. Sam has worked in the outsourcing industry for about 10 years and has experience working with clients from different sectors and countries; he has the vision that a great customer experience is key to success and growth and has experienced this result over the years working in the service industry. Sam loves to travel with his young family, play the piano and read as much as time allows.
Dilip quit his cushy job to follow his entrepreneurial dreams when his wife was pregnant. It all worked out, and he has no regrets. Since then, he spent 14 years in-the-trenches as a start-up entrepreneur including high-performing strategy & operations experience. His work has provided him excellent organizational skills and the ability to coordinate with other key personnel in team building & project management. He's currently working on building the world's best hiring pipeline at Invisible. Dilip's motto is to just do it - It will work out in the end!
I focus on my love of teaching through instructing yoga and working on training systems for the incredible agents here at Invisible Technologies. When I'm not at work, you'll find me in hiking boots on a mountain, tent camping out of my compact car at the beach with my husband and pup, or binging the latest in true crime on Netflix with a glass of wine. Being brave and loving people above all other things is my religion. Currently, I'm working on my first book of poetry while happily following my Navy nomad husband all over the world. Namaste, homies!
Chris works with internal Invisible clients to identify and eliminate obstacles to achieving a value-rich customer experience. He coordinates across teams to connect product updates, features, platforms to Invisible's vision for a more liberated future of work. When he's not turning obstacles into opportunities, Chris is most likely to be found in his kitchen or enjoying the great outdoors from his home base in Mountain View, CA.
Horia initially thought he wanted to be a lawyer, but soon realized it could not provide the lifestyle or career that he wanted. He pivoted into design and studied to be an illustrator. Horia makes his own unique impact through design and art, including the web design of Invisible you are looking at right now. One day, Horia would like to build a design school in his native country Romania, in hopes of giving back to the community that built him into the person he is today.
Prior to Invisible, Manoj founded 3 startups, spent 15+ years in corporate life. Manoj brings a blend of delivery, product, consulting, lean startup experience. A simple desire - "to do what he loves to do" - brought him to Invisible - a band of pirates, dreamers, hustlers, philosophers, poets... As Lead for Quality, he's curious, questions everything, analyzes. Hunches, data, conversations, observations - he uses every trick to find opportunities, to improve every facet of Invisible's Operations. Manoj characterizes himself as a "collector of experiences".. people, cultures, travels, adventures, food, design.. he collects experiences, firmly believing that's the sole reason for him to be brought on mother earth.
Contrarian. Practitioner of stoicism. Lifelong student. Just a few things that describe the strategy analyst at Invisible. His job consists of leading research, understanding the market better than anyone else, and helping the team navigate the waters en route to greatness. Starting his career in finance, his past experience consists of private equity, venture capital, and investment banking. When leaving the corporate world and deciding to join a startup, he knew he wanted to work on something impactful... in the truest sense of the word. He could not think of a better problem than the future of work.
Foreign born traveler with a passion for nature and physics. Going from Fortune 500 to early-stage start-ups, data and strategy have become a focus. Process improvement geek with insatiable curiosity. Never wears bowties.
When Bruno was younger, he was shy and uncomfortable working with others. Today, however, Bruno Udea is an industrial engineer who enjoys working with and leading large and diverse teams. After years of leading teams, Bruno knows the most important asset of any organization is its people. He finds the greatest joy in developing others and the greatest reward in helping others recognize their own value, especially when they do not see it in themselves. Invisible gives Bruno the opportunity to practice his gifts everyday. He loves the challenge of working with people from all around the world with varying backgrounds and building cohesion amongst team members. Looking back, he would tell his shy teenage self, “Value more about being a leader and the power of a united group.
I am a computer scientist by profession, with 4 years experience in IT firms, I love watching movies, swimming, learning especially general knowledge, and the best of it all going for hikes. I am a good team player based on the roles i have undertaken so far also very social in nature, and i very keen on details most in small things.
Experience in Business Process outsourcing services. Expertise building and leading multinational teams. Open-minded and empathetic leadership approach. Passionate about providing low-budget and fast innovation solutions for business growth.
Aduvie is working as an operator with Invisible. He was popular in school - led the science club, was the chemistry prefect, and loved maths! He was generally outgoing, however since he was in an all boys school, it took a long time before he could open up with girls. He likes money, for which he likes to work hard. He love movies. He attempted a start up a couple of years back which taught him a lot. He likes Python, the programming language and know a lot about it - like it was developed by Guido Van Rossum a Dutch Programmer, it is Open Source, meaning anyone anywhere can download an “Instance” of python and have a copy in their computers free of charge.
I am a filmmaker. Everything to me is in memories. Memories created. It is all about pre, pro and post. Good preparation guides the present for a harmonized future. That's how memory is created. Invisible technologies is creating memories. For employers and employees. Block by block, a scene is created, then a movie, to a sequel or a series. Just like Invisible is redefining work, my dream is to redefine my community. To instill in them the spirit of winning. To be the heroes, the lead actors and not villains. I am a living memory.
As an operator agent in Invisible technology, Alfedo work automating a great variety of processes and automating processes of lead generation, enrichment, data entry, etc. At the moment, he finds himself studying graphic design oriented in animation and illustration while working for Invisible. He hopes to finish his degree and work in an animation studio where I can work on a series like "Steven Universe Gravity Falls". He likes to read novels, especially epic fantasia such as "Game of Thrones" or "The Witcher" and enjoy chatting with my friends and spending time with them. He also love to play video games especially the role-playing ones and see anime series.
I am an IT engineering student, polyglot (Spanish, Arabic, English, Portuguese), always lived (and currently living) in the south of Venezuela (Puerto Ordaz), Very kind and adventurous person, technology and nature lover, in my free time, I read about everything, I love to learn, also spend time with my family and friends and stay close the the sea as much as I can, my favorites hobbies: watches (I'm a collector, it's the closest thing to represent time, the most valuable thing that we have) and sea/islands trips. In my previous experiences, I use to be the CEO of a small family business (2015-2019)
Ana is an operator at Invisible during the weekdays, and works as a Bartender on weekends. She loves cats, reading, and watching movies. Her favorite book is Tell Me Your Dreams by Sidney Sheldon, and her favorite movie is Angels and Demons. She doesn’t like being rushed, and hates slow internet speeds. The craziest thing she’s done is to jump in a lake at night, clothes on! She loves to cook and travel -- she would really like to visit Bali, Indonesia. Ana tries to learn a thing each day. She would never have believed 10 years ago of what she has become now.
Andres is an operator at Invisible. His favorite place in the world is the south of Chile, his favorite movie is “Interstellar”. He once had a “Spider-Crab”, and he loved it! His favorite family tradition is the Christmas Dinner. The craziest thing Andres has ever done is to bathe in Chilean sea (it's very cold!). He once made an emulator partially, and that’s his proud achievement. He’d like to write his memoir and name it “From Left to Extreme Right”. Andres is passionate about guns, computers, self-made things, food, and travel. He’d, in his lifetime, want to master the skill of talking to and persuading people.
I started working for Invisible on 2018 and I always strive to give quality on what I deliver. I can do big delegations in a very efficient way, making sure I deliver it fast and polished.
Aniris’ passion is space! She is actually studying to be a space communications engineer. She sometimes tells people that she’s doing rocket science :)). She lives by the learn-something-everyday mindset. She hates onions. She loves pugs. She’s trying to learn German. She’s a planner, and plans everything before embarking on something. She likes following rules, but also hates rigid systems. She thinks that every system should be flexible, but flexible systems are not fast and there's always a compromise. Her plan for Invisible is to find that middle point, and to build the best system.
Simplicity. Efficiency. Technology. These are things that drive Anmel to improve every single day. He is always in search of better ways to do things, including how to be a better programmer, computer scientist and Supporting Manager at Invisible. In doing so, he hopes to use technology to design tools that will ultimately help improve the lives of others. He thinks that working at Invisible has helped him grow not only in these areas but also in learning about teamwork. He has learned how to find a way to cooperate and function with those in his team around the world, every single day.
Anna holds two degrees in classical violin performance. She began a second career working as a full-time accountant many years ago, which led her to complete an accounting certificate through Mira Costa College. She is set to finish an AA in accounting by December 2020. In addition to accounting, She enjoy playing Jazz, Scottish/Irish and Americana music, as well as learning Italian. As an avid runner, she has completed a marathon and several half marathons to date. Most importantly, she enjoy spending time with her husband and a one-year-old daughter.
Bessy Hiza is an educator with students ranging from middle to high school. She is most passionate about teaching her students about environmental awareness, especially around climate change and animal protection. Bessy loves reading, but knows that learning from a book has its limits. That’s why she travels. “Travel makes you learn, be open-minded, and the world needs more tolerance.” Working at Invisible allows Bessy to continue pursuing the things that matter most to her—travel, learning about new cultures, meeting new people and learning from others. “Invisible’s culture resonates with me. It doesn't discriminate. All backgrounds are welcome. Everyone around me is so intelligent. Every day I learn new skills from others.”
Most of my years working were spent in the BPO industry, I've handled different lines of businesses and handled a team too. I was exposed to different environments at work and pretty much I may say I can adjust from it easily. Apart from the working experience, I used to be a badminton varsity player and still keeping myself fit by playing my favorite sport twice a week.
Brian is from Kenya, and is working as an Operator with Invisible Technologies. He is an aerospace engineer, and he’s proud of this achievement. He loves to spend time and party with his family. He is passionate about his career. He would like to go eating with Einstein, Faraday, Steven Hawkings, or Barack Obama. Among other things, he would like to master computer programming. He thinks that his 10 year self would be amazed to see him as he is now. He’d say “Oooh...Brian, you are amazing. Continue with the same spirit”.
Several years ago Brighton's brother was suddenly killed in a mugging. His older brother had been his support and encouragement during his schooling. Without the funds to pay for tuition Brighton had to quit school and go to work. He decided to work as an online freelancer to support himself, but was shortly thereafter scammed by a "client." Brighton struggled to recover from the loss. However trying life got, karate disciple (and tournament champion), Brighton repeated the same mantra over and over again, "Even a black belt was once a white belt. Never quit even when you want to. Pain is in the mind.” He remained focused on the present-- provide for his son and protect his family-- and searched for new work. Fast forwarding ahead, Brighton views Invisible as a second dojo, a place of community where teachers and teammates train and work together to grow stronger and better each day. “Invisible has provided me with the tools and resources to not only to personally grow, but to support my family.”
For the last 10 years, Bruno has been living on the Brazilian island Florianopolis, where he lives with his wife and surfs daily. Up until recently he had been practicing law, but with a slow down in his industry, Bruno decided to heed his friend's, now colleague's advice, to join invisible. Now, Bruno is able to share the beauty and culture of Florianopolis with his colleagues around the world. It is his mission to change the world through smiles and respect, “I do this not for the self, but for everyone.
Carlos is from Venezuela, He has a sister who lives in Spain, and his parents are in Argentina. He has a curious mind, but doesn’t like talking about economy or politics. Carlos likes history, exercise (no sports) and music. He was a quiet and shy kid. Had a small group of friends and didn’t like a lot his classmates, yet he usually helped them in studies whenever they needed. He learned karate and some extracurricular activities to improve his chances to get into his favorite university, and it worked! He can ride his bicycle for 1 hour at a stretch. He plays guitar, specially classic music, and has read One Piece 3 times.
Cels’ favorite place in the world is his couch. She loves to sit there and work on various projects that he’s currently involved with at Invisible. She recently finished reading Dan Brown’s Origin, and he loved it! She has pet dogs, and they love to sit in his lap whenever he sits in a chair. She loves to have the big new year eve’s dinner with his family. Her has a secret talent -- She loves to write poems whenever he finds time. The craziest thing that ever happened to Cels is that he once went to camp in the mountains, and go lost! She is proud that he was able to get into Invisible. “Being able to get a great job here at invisible has been a big opportunity”.
Prior to Invisible, Chen spent her time as a full-time mom. But when her family, along with budgetary needs, grew to a family of six, she decided to work to help her husband support the family. She says of Invisible, “It’s life-changing for us.” They used to have barely enough to cover daily food expenses. Now with her income combined with her husband's Chen can take her children on day trips to see the rest of the Philippines. Chen had no work experience, but she was determined to learn. What was once intimidating--using computers and speaking to others given her timid nature-- has now been replaced with a newfound sense of confidence and desire to learn more.
Chris is currently assigned as one of the team’s Project Leads ensuring client provided tasks meet both quality and promptness. Prior to joining Invisible, Chris spent 8 years working for business process outsourcing companies and specializes in Escalations and Quality Monitoring focused on client satisfaction and meeting client set KPIs. Chris is currently very hands-on with raising his first-born and loves to go biking on weekends.
My motivation has always been out of rugby. The teamwork and practice from the players and the new skills they learn each day makes me keep going. I am a professional accountant with the passion to learn more about the world and help it become a better place for human existence. I love playing rugby and love traveling.
Crismary Castellanos is an agent at Invisible Technologies working on client’s delegations and improvement of lifestyle in communication Crismarys started editing texts and correcting it from users on the internet, she used to work as a freelancer transcribing and translating documents reaching complex texts like white papers. Crismarys enjoys read books, go outside, learn and live in a balance way, healthy but pizza sometimes.
For three years, Daniel had been struggling with studies and his financial situation while he was in the college. In a family of five, his parents couldn’t comfortably provide for all his needs with those of his siblings. Daniel saw a need to chip in and help his parents raise his siblings as the firstborn. Trying to coin his studies, he has been working as a freelancer and a tutor, however earned very less. Being hired at invisible has proved a change in his fortunes. He can now complete his studies with minimal struggle. Intrigued with how invisible operates, he decided to give it a try and earned the job. He has learned that one has to go beyond what is visible to conquer the hardships of life. He also knows now not to limit himself to what he knows, and what he doesn’t. “Stretch out, miracles are waiting for you outside.” He has been dreaming of being an operator at invisible and now he’s part of the team. He shares that, “even though the streets are rough and the road seems to be foggy, there is an ever-flowing spring of inspirations beneath the surface level of your consciousness.”
David is an operator with Invisible Technologies. Son of a single mother, David is a mechanical engineering student at Kenyatta University. Outside of studying, he loves singing and playing the drums. He is a volunteer at the Church in Praise and Worship team. The choir meets every Saturday and performs on Sunday in order to rejoice even through the struggles. One of his favorite songs is Never Once by Matt Redman, with resonant lyrics: “Scars and struggles on the way, but with joy our hearts can say, Yes, our hearts can say, Never once did we ever walk alone.“
Donatus is an operator at Invisible Technologies Inc. Prior to joining Invisible, Donatus worked as a freelance software developer creating business solutions for SMEs in Kenya using web technologies. He has worked with different organizations in the past at different capacities mainly as a web developer. Donatus has a B.Sc. in Computer Science from Kabarak University (2013). While he’s not busy on a computer, Donatus is going for a run or playing football. He also likes listening to music and watching football.
Eduardo León is an operator at Invisible Tech. His main mission is to complete all client requests that come his way. Eduardo is currently studying computer science, and is in his 7th semester. He enjoys sports, specially Baseball. He loves to play computer games during his free time.
Erol is a Delivery & Admin Operator at Invisible, who helps in projects with Lead Enrichment, Web Research and Administrative tasks. Before starting to work at Invisible, Erol spent 7 years working as an IT Administrator and doing some freelance Web Design and Development projects aside. Erol loves listening to music and has experience DJ’ing in private and public parties. Also is a father of two children who likes spending time with them.
Esther is a go getter,a community worker infact by the age of 11 i had started community awareness on HIV at the biggest slum in Africa Kibera.I have a Diploma in Pharmacy.Most of my life i have worked at BPO set up companies to date.Working with people from different cultures and age group.I have been coached and mentored by one of the best tech company in sub saharan Africa.During her spare time Esther spends most of her time with her family and Four Kids,loves singing listening to music and open to try new things,and seeking adventours outdoor.
Faizan ul Haq Anwar is capable of working efficiently in any organization. Faizan has 4 years of experience in outsourcing. He's adept at using different tools for any analysis. He has a diploma in MS office automation. In addition to his field expertise, he's completed his MBA. Faizan has an entrepreneurial mind to explore business activities. Faizan can polish and guide newcomers to work effectively and efficiently.
Fakhar is working as an operator with Invisible. He works automating a great variety of processes and automating processes of lead generation, web research, data entry, etc. He is passionate about his career. He loves the challenge of working with people from all around the world with varying backgrounds and building cohesion amongst team members.
Felix brings quo to the status, not the status quo. He doesn’t care about social norms, and believes in doing what’s right. Felix can boldly say this after looking death in the eyes. Within a year he lost both his parents -- his mother to fibroids and father to kidney failure. Felix realized that he alone was responsible for creating his future. Today, he is following his curiosity and love for technology at Invisible. “What worst could happen by trying?”. In his spare time, he likes to take his camera out and tries to capture which our eyes can’t see. He loves to capture those moment before they get lost.
Mother of resolve. Silent leader. Dependable and trustworthy down to her core. Francine has problem-solving in her DNA. She has the uncanny ability to look at a problem and see its most intricate details, which allows her to help provide possible solutions, whether simple or complex. Francine thrives in an environment where she can provide passionate support and at the same time learn and grow both professionally and personally.
As an assistant lead in Invisible Technologies, Gabriel manages a team of operators. He is particularly dedicated towards the reliability and quality of Invisible’s product. His team manages around 30 clients with different processes and projects including lead generation, deal flow of ventures, email campaigns, management of social media, etc. Gabriel studied computer science in Venezuela and currently lives in Lima, Peru. He previously worked as an assistant in a construction company with his mother. He is a fan of nature photography and its preservation, and enjoys chatting with his friends in his spare time.
As an assistant lead in Invisible Technologies, Gabriela manages a team of operators to guarantee the reliability and quality of our product. Her team manages around 30 clients with different processes and projects including, lead generation, deal flow of ventures, email campaigns, management of social media, etc. She studied computer science in Venezuela and currently live in Lima, Peru. She previously worked as an assistant in a construction company with my mother. She is a fan of nature photography and its preservation and enjoys chatting with my friends and spending time with them.
Hilda Ojwang is an Operator at Invisible. She is directly involved in executing process instructions for clients. Before joining Invisible, Hilda worked as an underwriter and claims analyst in the insurance industry, helping in risk reduction and sustainable pricing of insurance products.
Hildah is currently finishing up her last year in law school. Her aspiration is to work in human rights law with a focus on women empowerment, refugees and children. Making sure that those who are not getting attention get the attention they deserve is of utmost important to her. “First we need to make the public aware, then come up with solutions, and make policies. I think that having transparency is ultimately the most important step. Transparency is to know exactly what is happening, communicating and developing openness, and knowing where parties are aligned with clarity.” And that is exactly what she loves at Invisible -- everyone knows what’s going on in the background, and can see the bigger picture. “We know we are working for a greater vision!”.
Humberto loves to stay at home rather than going out. He is passionate about food and cooking new things. While he loves staying at home, he’d really want to go visit Vancouver, Canada some day. He would also like to master repairing electronic items. Humberto is proud of getting to work at Invisible. A secret talent that he has -- “I can move my ears and shake my pupils. LOL!”.
Ignatious is an operator with Invisible Technologies. He loves writing. He always submitted his writings to every eligible competition. Barring that, he was just an ordinary shy teenager. He watches EVERY sport. From Curling to Fly Fishing and everything in between, he is a total sports junkie. Something that Ignatious thinks we all should know -- The longest suspension bridge in Africa is the Maputo-Katembe Bridge in Mozambique. After some controversy over the infrastructure naming (politicians took to naming every new building or road after themselves), it was decided to so name the bridge because it crosses over from Maputo to Katembe. In total, it took 4 years to construct at a cost of 700 million USD, most of that amount being Chinese funding.
I am a marketing specialist with many years of professional experience. I live every day with the aim of positively impacting my immediate and global environment. It is also for this reason that the word of God has a very important place in my life. I was able to discover how Jesus Christ made me righteous before God for free and forever. And it's that joy that I share with people around me. I am also involved in the social field as an active member of an NGO that helps young people to become self-employed. I'm excited to be working at Invisible Technologies because it helps people live better. I intend to give the best of myself to contribute to its development.
Isabel is an agent at Invisible Technologies working on client’s delegations and improvement of lifestyle in communication ensuring client provided tasks meet both quality and promptness. She's a certified public accountant, who worked as a trader and an internal accountant for a company part-time. Invisible has given her the opportunity to expand and develop more capabilities delegation after delegation. She enjoys sunbathing, going to the gym, reading personal growth books and loves cooking in her spare time.
A mom to an energetic seven-year-old boy. Nursing graduate but a teacher at heart. Now taking the challenge to become a rockstar in the world of remote jobs. Loves to cook, go on major trips, moving marathons, and devours books like that spicy stew from her fave Korean pesto.
Jane Ombajo is an operator with Invisible Technology. Jane is married and has 3 boys. She is a Kenyan. Interesting things about Jane is that she loves to cook and keep things clean. She enjoys reading motivational books, listening to gospel music, walking, volunteering in church activities. She is a preacher too.
At Invisible I work as a specialist operator agent, I automate a great variety of processes in order to reduce the time and effort required to do a task, my work is focused on extracting and processing data from the web. I'm a programmer with great passion for software design, game development and figure drawing.
Jeroen is 19, from Amsterdam, where he studies artificial intelligence. He loves frank ocean, making music, other people, videogames, reading, meta humour, riding his bicycle through Amsterdam, and rain when he is inside. He disloves rain when he is outside, capital letters, and talking about himself in the third person.
Perseverance. “When I take on a challenge, I don't quit until I succeed no matter how hard it becomes because I am confident that I will always find a way,” Jesus Goncalves shares. One of those challenges has been working as a freelancer in Venezuela. Freelancing in Venezuela is particularly difficult because of the limited technological infrastructure and language barrier. But after a few years of freelancing as a writer and transcriber, and teaching himself English, he is now working at Invisible. He has been able to expand his skills beyond writing, including new problem-solving skills, working with others more effectively and communicating more effectively with others. One day, he hopes to travel and explore the world. With his continued perseverance his hope will no doubt actualize soon enough.
Jobelle’s favorite place in the world is “in the arms of the one I love. Well, I'm a hopeless romantic, too.” She just finished the book “The Love Dare”. Jobelle is a cineaste so she likes almost all kinds of movies. She loves action, spy movies and those that involve driving fast cars. She was once interviewed on TV as one of the young entrepreneurs that started selling online. She had subcontracted hatmakers to produce fedora and wide-brimmed hats for her business. She is passionate about sustainable green living -- helping others become sustainable while saving the planet.
John describes himself as a family man, married with two daughters-- Pauline and Grace-- and three younger sisters. Before joining Invisible, he worked in risk management for seven years but decided to change directions and study graphic design. Now 29, John is currently studying graphic design in hopes of combining his interest in design with software engineering at Invisible. When asked how he has arrived at this point today he says, “I was raised by a single mom, and she had no cash. I had to struggle to get to where I am today. I have been through harder times, but at least now I can enjoy what I am doing. I have hope and mentors who keep me going. Whatever I want, I make sure I achieve.”
Jordan Melecio brings creative solutions to the Operations Team over at Invisible. He applies these solutions on tasks and delegations that require more than just carefully constructed automotive processes. He tackles delegations that help a client progress while continually developing an organic relationship. Before landing work over at Invisible, Jordan spent a fair amount of work in the Medical & Legal Transcription space back when it was blooming. He took it as an opportunity in Baguio City, Philippines – establishing editing & final output refinements for HIPAA. He secured work, alongside developing work ethics and practices involved in bringing legal deposition transcriptions up to par for US clients. This, alongside helping his company train incoming agents to the fold. Jordan also dabbled in the multi-level marketing in an attempt to experience a different field of work. He has a penchant for the hardware tech enthusiast space, leaning toward personal computer hardware. This keeps him up-to-date with what’s new in the hardware space, PC and console gaming among other things, which includes bingeing in PC gaming. This unfortunately irks his friends. He certainly does like meeting new people and making friends, taking long walks on the beach, hiking, and the occasional running around in the dark screaming in haunted areas.
Jose Aguilera is a computer science student with no previous work experience. He started as a project operator and now is a Lead Project Operator. He helps making sure delegations are delivered with good quality.
Joseph Njuguna is an operator with Invisible Technologies. Joseph earned a Bachelor’s in Business Information Technology from K.C.A University. Through this, he has gained skills in database management systems where it has now become his passion for creating and managing data structures. Outside of studying, he loves traveling and interacting with cars where he is part of a group of car enthusiasts known as Car Scene Africa. He is also taking some theology studies at his church P.C.E.A where classes happen every Sunday early in the morning. Each day is a thanksgiving day for Joseph of what God has done in his life and also what he will do. His dream is to be the best in what he does and also to help the world with every skill he has acquired and what he is acquiring each day.
Julien is a french expat, living in Istanbul (Turkey) and now Tel Aviv (Israel) since 9 years; can’t really speak Turkish or Hebrew though, he isn’t too good with learning languages. He plays in a band since 2012 (check "Light in Babylon" on youtube). He is a self-taught web developer, always striving to learn more things. His favorite hobbies are: playing gypsy jazz (Django Reinhardt music), watching new tv series, going to the gym, eating vegan junk food, drinking mongo-melon smoothies, drinking beetroot-apple-ginger smoothies, vipassana meditation in an audacious attempt to reprogram my brain, forgetting to meditate, and reading Yuval Harari book on the beach.
Karla González comes from a family of engineers. But more than an engineer, she is a writer, reader, animal lover, teacher, chef, operator at Invisible and at the core a daughter. With most of her family in Venezuela, Carla has been searching for a way to sustain her life there so she can stay close to her parents. This has been rather difficult given the current economic climate in Venezuela. Through all the instability in Venezuela, Invisible has provided Carla with a sense of security while working there. Invisible has given her an option to take care of her family in Venezuela and not have to move abroad in search of work. Even through the most difficult of struggles, Carla believes, “Everything will work out in the end.”
Kathi is a computer science graduate from India. He is a sports and tv series enthusiast - he loves F.R.I.E.N.D.S! Kathi likes meeting new people and getting to know about their lives. He tryies to learn from everyone he meets. He has just started working with Invisible a week ago, and feels happy and excited to be part of the family! He looks forward to contribute as much as he can.
Khallever first learned about Invisible by reading one of Francis's blog articles. “The vision of the company, the CEO’s voice…” fascinated him. Shortly after reading the article he applied to Invisible. Within a week of working there, he knew Invisible was no ordinary company. Initially Khallever saw Invisible as an opportunity to save money and build a blog of his own. But now, he says, "Even if I make all the money I need, I’m not going to leave because Invisible has changed me. I understand the people in Kenya, Brazil, Mexico.” His perceptions of each of these cultures has changed. “It’s not about Invisible anymore, it’s about the people I’m meeting.” "The team," he observed, "The innovation behind the company is the unity of the team. The people working at Invisible are incredible. Some are writers, some are adventurers, some stay at home, some are always outside. I get to see it all.”
Manuel Carvajal is a Freelancer Developer who helps professionals and companies to start or improve theirs webapps using the best technologies availables. Before being a freelancer, Manuel graduated from Informatics Engineer and worked as software developer in local companies acquiring a valuable knowledge to how create quality software to improve client business. Manuel likes all kinds of sports, music and series. Also is a open source (and multiplatform) software enthusiast.
Maria Teresa is an Operator Agent at Invisible Technologies committed to her work, executing daily tasks according to Invisible’s procedures and clients requirements, learning something new every day. Before joining Invisible, Maria worked for five years as an Administrative Manager in a furniture factory. She is an engineer with managing capabilities. Maria is eager to improve her abilities and knowledge in order to be useful to the company and help efficiently to reach Invisible’s goals and client expectations. Maria is a stay-at-home mom who enjoys reading, watching movies, spending time with her family and would like to learn new languages.
At 18yo Matteo graduated in High School with a degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures. In 2012 instead of following the typical Uni...Internship...Apprenticeship path, he decided to take a one way flight to the other side of the world and ended up in Sydney, Australia. The land of Down Under has been the starting point of his new life as a person and professional individual. He was lucky to find great mentors who believed in me and always encouraged me. After a few months of back-breaking work in factories, wharehouses and farms, he moved to gorgeous Byron Bay and started to work as a Travel Agent. This is where he discovered that Communication was one of my top soft skills. He's a passionate traveller and culture discoverer with a passion for Surfing, which he can only do on holidays right now. I plays in my hometown American Football team as Wide Receiver, which he couldn't during the abroad period.
Melody’s dream is to go back to school to study culinary arts. Melody had to put her studies on pause so that she could save enough for tuition. For several years she worked at various call centers, but those jobs barely met her basic needs, let alone help her save for tuition or for the family restaurant her mother has been building. She applied to Invisible thinking that she was underqualified and would likely not be hired. However, she kept faith that her desire to learn and her ability to adapt to situations and heed advice would demonstrate her fit for Invisible. Sure enough, it was. Melody screamed when she received Kamron’s welcome email. It was a dream come true. “The salary I receive in a week is the salary I used to get in a whole month. That allows me to be more responsible financially and to send more money to my mom for the construction of our cafeteria.”
Except for a period early in high school, Michael wasn’t ambitious. “Present me would be sick looking at how I was! I wasn’t that ambitious, and I was manipulative. But I was chasing teachers around to give me extra credit and stuff”. He thought that becoming a competition addict or the perfect top student of the class would be the permanent destruction of his life. He enjoys building, upgrading and fixing computers. He likes to do an GPU upgrade every year on his main rig and do a complete rebuild every other year just to play with the latest hardware. “Next year my i7 rig will be two years old and am thinking of going with Bulldozer just to change things up. My spare parts will then go into secondary machines so I'm constantly changing things up.”
Mikayla Myers, as part of Sentry Team at Invisible Technologies, keeps a watchful eye over time tracking and client’s credentials, as well as create the necessary accounts to set up fellow partners and agents for success. Prior to working with Invisible, Mikayla held jobs in a variety of fields including pet care personnel and assembly line worker. That said, she likes to consider herself a jack-of-all-trades and always enjoys learning. Mikayla loves watching and creating movies and spending time with her many, many animals.
After I graduated Bachelor of Science in Information and Computer Science (BSICS-IT), I worked in a BPO industry for 17 years. I was assigned to a Quality Department as Quality Staff then get promoted as Team Assistant then moved to a different BPO company where I was a Quality Lead for 10 years. I decided to quit in BPO so I can be a stay-at-home mom with my 3 not so little boys (ages 8, 7 and 3) while still working home based jobs. I just joined Invisible Technologies as an Operator.
Movin would love be surrounded with the people he loves - that’s his philosophy of life. He once saved a life, and he’s proud of it. He is currently working on writing his book, which is the coolest thing he could have imagined himself doing. His secret talent is that he’s a thespian. He is proud that he completed his school last year. He dreams of visiting the north pole some day!
Nabeel enjoys spending time with his family over weekend, hanging out with friends, travelling to hill-stations, playing cricket, snooker and having good sleep. That’s Nabeel for you! His favorite movie is Inception, and Spicy lamb chops & Grilled Fish are his favorite food. He doesn’t like slow internet, people who don’t cover their mouths when they cough, and slow walkers. The craziest thing Nabeel has done is hiking 5 hours on feet along with a 2 years old kid and wife on a very small pavement of Fairy Meadows (Nanga Parbat - The Killer Mountain) Base Camp. He thinks that Invisible is the coolest thing that has happened to him last year. He sings, and that’s his hidden talent.
Natalia is an operator at Invisible. Natalia is a very outgoing person. She has two beautiful kids, a boy and a girl. She used to play volleyball professionally for a local club in her country, Argentina. She’s a pole dancer instructor too! It started as a hobby, but soon it became a part of her. “I have 14 sisters from the same father but different moms, and I’m right in the middle. So according to psychology that would explain why I´m a little crazy!”
Nelson has a passion for telling stories. One of the stories he wants to tell is, 'A community of people that live all over the world who trust one another and believe in this single mission of changing the world. I want to tell the story of how Invisible has given purpose to someone, somewhere-- Kenya, Ghana, Croatia, etc. That is the story I would tell. But the first thing to do is know every single detail, research. I would need to know every person. And to know each person, you need to create trust. First and foremost it is the ability to trust yourself. It starts inward. And from there you learn to trust others. This is what I call true magic-- to be able to trust someone because that has to be able to trust me.
Prior to Invisible, Nichole worked in the BPO industry for 3 years, then decided to work virtually after giving birth to her 1st child. She worked as a transcriptionist and customer service representative from other virtual companies. Then, she was recruited to Invisible Technologies as an Operator. After a few months, she got promoted to a ‘Prime Manager’ then to a ‘Builder’. When the ‘Builder’ position got dissolved, Nichole became a lead specialist. After 2 months, she was back to Operations and was promoted to Process Delivery Lead.
I am an Engineer, something I have never regretted. My passion for Engineering started at a tender age and I have never taken a break. I love to solve problems, I like to connect the dots and find solutions. Whether it’s finding the most elegant way to do a research or figuring out how how the problem can be solved, I love the challenge of finding a way and discovering solutions. Maybe that’s why I love researching and the satisfaction that comes from finding the right solution to a problem; or why I study psychology and rationally in my spare time to figure out how people think. As long as there’s a problem to solve or a challenge to puzzle over, it’s bound to be something I love!!
Oscar Barrios is a data operator that works in the company in the area of operations helping to process the tasks that customers request along with their teammates. Before being a data operator, Oscar worked for 5 years as a manager in the handling of raw materials for the manufacture of domestic furniture and 3 years in supervising production processes in the area of beverages and food. In his spare time Oscar likes to spend time with his daughter playing in parks or going out to eat ice cream. He also exercises from time to time.
Oscar is an Engineer with experience in Technological and Information Risk Management, as well as in Marketing Research. He currently works as a project operator at Invisible Tech. He has work experience in Information Technology and Power Generation Corporations. His main ability is to easily adapt to the different projects he faces. He obtained a marketing certificate at UC Berkeley and during his life experience in the United States he worked in several companies in Silicon Valley. Oscar enjoys keeping up with technological advances.
At Invisible I work as a specialist operator agent, I automate a great variety of processes in order to reduce the time and effort required to do a task, my work is focused on extracting and processing data from the web. I decided to study computer science because I've always had a curiosity about how a computer works, and I wanted to make all kinds of projects that I find really interesting. I'm currently living in Venezuela, I enjoy studying German and spending time with the friends I have left in Venezuela, I am looking forward to improve as a person and learn new stuff.
Oyon is a telecommunications engineer after working in 4000+ engineering projects he decided to join invisible as an operator, from there, he took over the role of architecture's manager where he has been creating tools to increase the overall performance of the team. As an engineer, he has managed teams of highly skilled workers, deployed 4g communications systems for Venezuela's largest telecom company (CANTV), designed and implemented the upscale project for the biggest WISP in South America (Gandalf) and is driving forward the metrics and data science systems for Invisible. Oyon likes to go to the movies, meditate, hit the gym and drink beer on weekends watching Real Madrid's games.
The last year has been an incredibly transformative year from Paul. Matters concerning both heart and family knocked his world upside down. But from within the depths of difficulty and pain, Paul has learned an inner strength within-- his mind. "I realize that it is a choice to be positive and to keep going." Because of Paul's outlook he was able to find a new opportunity ahead-- Invisible. While Paul may work multiple jobs a day to support his two kids, he knows what Invisible means to him. Invisible has given him a new perspective on life. He has connected with more people and has learned a great deal in the time he has started working at Invisible, more so than any of his other online jobs. "Invisible has changed my life. If Invisible can change the world, I believe I can change the world."
Pauline Ochieng is an Agent Operator at Invisible technologies with successful experience as a content moderator/Researcher. A strong believer in the power of positive thinking in the workplace. Pauline enjoys a good Netflix binge but can also be found on hikes.
Prabhat is a router with Invisible. He loves spending time with his family. He’s too fond of his 7 year old son, and he loves going out and playing with him. Prabhat’s favorite book is “The Da Vinci Code” by Dan Brown. He just finished another book by Dan Brown - “Origin”. He loves the Harry Potter series of movies, and loves watching them again and again with his wife and son. He just finished “Hannibal” series on Netflix, and is currently watching “The Haunting of Hill House”. He says that his 10-year old self would not believe what he has become! He is a data enthusiast, and would love to be a data scientist some day.
Rene Arias’s internal clock wakes him up at 4AM every morning. Shortly thereafter, Rene starts writing one of his manuscripts. His current script is an adventure mystery, a cross between Indiana Jones and Sherlock Holmes, that tries to solve how to capture an escaped wolf-like creature in Scottish lore. Rene writes to tell an underlying message that, “It doesn’t matter how scary something is, as long as you put the time, you can solve any problem.” After writing for a bit, he then feeds his animal companions at home, which include birds, cats, bearded dragons, geckos, chameleons, tortoises, guinea pigs, chinchillas, fish sea snails and ferrets. Not long after this morning ritual, he continues his problem-solving work as an operator at Invisible.
Wandera P. Stephen is an information technology practitioner with over three years’ experience in enhancing their enterprise capabilities. Stephen earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology from The Multimedia University of Kenya. Through this, he has built skills in network management, domain management, strategic planning, product management, project management, brand representation, customer relationship, community responsibility and digital media management. While working as an internship trainee in Nairobi, Kenya under Safaricom PLC, he was involved with coordination of a fully comprehensive sales matrix for three enterprise products. Safaricom PLC awarded Stephen an Outstanding Achievement Award in November 2017. Previously, Stephen worked with Northern Rangelands Trust, a community-based organization that helps advance social community awareness on wildlife and social welfare through wildlife conservation. Stephen enjoys focusing on topics of wildlife conservation, environment and social community welfare by incorporating his passion in photography and creative composition.
Talo is a result oriented person in Computer Science and Mathematics profession . He holds a Bachelors of Mathematics and Computer Science from Multimedia of Kenya. Talo is a fourth born in a family of eight.He is an environmental enthusiast, an activist and a social entrepreneur. He is an innovative self-starter, able to work and achieve in a diverse, fast paced multi-cultural environment where workload and constant deadlines are the norm. Back in the university he is a former Secretary General of Multimedia University of Kenya student governing council. Talo has a passion to serve and mentor young people nurture their talents and dreams.
Prior to Joining Invisible as a Relationship Manager, Tina had an extensive background in the U.S. Mortage and Financial Industry- being employed with premier U.S. financial institutions during the US economic crisis. She also has an extensive background in the Telecommunications industry and the Training Industry. She specialized in Communications, Sales, Customer service and Soft skills training, helping trainees with their potential employment. Training for her is a social responsibility. She is most passionate about motivating her trainees to dream beyond borders and to achieve the impossible with the right and positive behavior and above all - faith. Her interest in culture and diversity made her decide to study Consular and Diplomatic Affairs in college where she supported herself through her Futbol and Academic Scholarships. History, the World Wars, Human Philosophy, and Psychology are some of her interests. For Tina, life is a continuous learning process. Every day is a learning experience. That for her is how you gain from life. She enjoys intimate conversations, traveling, mountain climbing, going to the beach, listening to music from roots to heavy metal, and being a mother of three. She is beyond thankful for her experiences in life, working at an early age of 17 and supporting her family. All these served as her training ground and made her appreciate and embrace the yins and yangs of life. According to Tina, she found her ideals in Invisible. The culture, diversity, passion, knowledge, sense of social responsibility and learnings that she has been craving for is everything that is Invisible. " In my years of experience working with reputable institutions, never have I seen a team like Invisible. Everyone lifts each other towards a common goal, to be the best that they can be. I am truly blessed, grateful, and proud to be part of this team!"
When Valerie was a young girl she used to have extraordinary vision. Her mother could tell her to find a small pin on the floor, and she would be able to spot it immediately. But this all changed almost over night. One day in class, she was asked to read something on the board, but she could not read anything. Hospital tests revealed that the cause was genetic, a trait her father expressed and causes far-sighted vision loss. But she can see beyond what is visible. Invisible has shown her a new world of possibilities. “I see the world as amazing. It’s just amazing.” Though she is currently in school full time to be a nurse and part-time Invisible agent, she hopes to become a full-time agent and part-time nurse once her studies are complete.
If you asked her 10 years ago, Vanessa would have never imagined that she would be a remote worker. She entered the world of home-based working by starting out as an online English tutor. She has also dabbled in a bit of freelance writing. Vanessa graduated with a degree in BS Psychology. Although it wasn’t her first choice, she doesn’t regret taking the course. She met some great friends in university, with whom she has spent her free time fueling her love for the beach. Vanessa’s happy place is anywhere she can snorkel and witness the bustling sea life through her goggles. She is always fondly recalling that time she swam alongside a sea turtle in Apo Island in Negros Oriental and that other time she went island hopping with her family in El Nido in Palawan. Vanessa thinks she’s lucky to live in Cebu City – she has the convenience of the city and the access to nearby beaches. For her, it’s good that she lives in a tropical country, too, because she gets cold rather easily. Vanessa doesn’t want much in life. As long as she can pay the bills, surround herself with loved ones, and keep traveling, she's okay.
Vince’s path to Invisible though unexpected was a rather natural one. A family event years prior prevented him from finishing his studies in computer programming. He became a technician for several internet service providers. The desire to do computer programming still lingered. He thought, “I know how to use a spreadsheet, I have internet, and I have a computer. Perhaps I should try freelancing online instead.” It was not long after his sister-in-law introduced him to Invisible that he was learning more than he in school. Though there is so much dynamism and change at Invisible, he hopes that one thing never changes, “The diversity of people. It's how we overcome ignorance and ultimately racism.
Xavier Uzcategui is a Video Editor and Sound/Motion Graphics Designer who has worked in feature films, short films, documentaries, newscasts, and tv spots. Before working in Invisible, Xavier spent seven years working for a local tv station in Venezuela as a post-production coordinator. At the same time, he worked as a freelancer for independent documentaries and short films. He aspires to continue learning about filmmaking and engage in the making of documentaries. Xavier enjoys reading, learning yoga, riding bike, watching movies, following news feeds and learning new things.
Zein grew up in Karachi, Pakistan while being mostly aloof from Pakistani culture. Raised around computer games, books and movies of the 80s, 90s and 2000s, as well as the internet. He is not an articulate speaker of the country's national language where he was born - Urdu. In comparison, British English feels closer to him. Besides English, Zein grew up to learn German, Russian and a bit of Finnish. He likes to see life as full of opportunities and plentiful resources. “This essence when made the most of makes life meaningful, as far as my experience goes. But making the most of doesn't really mean for me to throw a party and get wasted. Instead I like being selfish with people, selfish together to achieve goals. Especially with those who'd think they've got no one.” He considers matters of life and work professionally and seriously, with a syrup of laughter and humour.
I believe in the power of positive thinking and I enjoy hiking with friends and family.