Zach Romanow was a Research Specialist in ESOC from 2011-2012. He is now a Philanthropy Engineer at the Silicon Valley software company Palantir Technologies, where he manages Palantir’s pro bono work on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. Palantir’s software enables decision-makers to perform powerful, secure, and collaborative analysis of data to solve their hardest operational problems. He received his undergraduate degree from Princeton with a B.A. in Public & International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School.