About

VoteBlast® enables people to express and/or review opinions about anything, anywhere, anytime, and to do so in the most specific and quick way. VoteBlast® is as fast as a Facebook Like, yet more informative than a Tweet!

VoteBlast® captures people's likes/dislikes of any subject, at the time of their choosing. Using VoteBlast®, people can easily find out what others think, express their opinions, be counted, influence things, share opinions, conduct public/private polls, and much more. Businesses can utilize VoteBlast® to learn about their customers' preferences without the need to inconvenience customers with archaic web-, email-, or paper-based surveys and opinion gathering systems.

COPYRIGHT / LEGAL NOTICES: This product is covered by U.S. Patents No. 8,732,605 and No. 9,134,875. All content posted on voteblast.com and the VoteBlast® app, unless otherwise specified, is property of VoteBlast®, Inc. VoteBlast, Inc. is a Delaware company with offices in West Hollywood, Sunnyvale, and Boston.

Contact

For more information about VoteBlast contact: info@voteblast.com.

VoteBlast team
Ardy Falaki
Ardy Falaki

Ardy has over twenty years of broad business background, including general management, senior product development and market support responsibilities. He has worked for Polycom, PictureTel, Siemens and GTE. Ardy is currently a mentor for MIT Venture Mentoring Service.

At Polycom, he held several senior management positions including senior vice president and general manager, business solutions and services, senior vice president and general manager, web-conferencing and vice president of engineering, data-conferencing.

Earl Oliver
Earl Oliver
Earl Oliver leads the engineering team at VoteBlast. He graduated with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo. His Ph.D. research was focused on building decentralized mobile systems to circumvent Internet censorship - 'Censorship Tolerant Networking'. Earl works on all VoteBlast products including our iOS clients (iPhone, iPad, Watch, and TV), desktop and mobile websites, internal proprietary tools, and highly scalable backend stack.
Advisory team
Nicole Prentice Williams
Nicole Prentice Williams
Nicole Prentice Williams is a 2-time EMMY Award Winning Producer and Media Executive. She has produced live programming for more than 20 years beginning with television and expanding to multi-platform distribution. Currently, Nicole curates video content for companies across many industries and produces programming projects. She has produced and written shows for MSNBC, CBS/Viacom Television Distribution and 21st Century FOX. Nicole earned her M.A. from The American University, Washington, D.C. in Broadcast Journalism and Public Policy. She received her B.A. in Business Communication and International Studies from Pepperdine University. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America. Nicole also sits on several boards of directors at privately-held companies and nonprofit organizations focused on education and leadership.
Hossein Falaki
Hossein Falaki
Hossein Falaki is a software engineer at Databricks working on the next big thing. Prior to that he was a data scientist at Apple's personal assistant, Siri. He graduated with a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA, where he was a member of the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS).
Tarun Desikan
Tarun Desikan
Tarun is the co-founder and CEO at Banyan, an Operations Management startup that helps enterprises deploy containerized (Docker, Rocket, etc) infrastructures. Prior to Banyan, Tarun was VP of Product at Moovweb, a platform-as-a-service for mobile and web development, and a strategy consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. He has an MBA and MSEE from Stanford.
Nika Haghtalab
Nika Haghtalab
Nika Haghtalab is a Ph.D. student at the Computer Science department of Carnegie Mellon University. Her research focuses on Learning theory, computational Game Theory, and Algorithms. Nika is a recipient of IBM Ph.D. fellowship.
Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis
Andy Curtis is an engineer building the next generation network load balancer at Avi Networks. Previously, he worked at Nicira to make software-defined networking a reality. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Waterloo.