We strongly believe in the power of collaboration and we’re convinced our full potential can only be released when we all work together in formal meetings or over happy hours.
You have the ability to do the work you want. See something cool going on with another team? Tag along and learn. You can choose to make an impact where you want, when you're ready.
When we're building our solutions we strive to build the most flexible, efficient, and thoughtful ways possible. So sometimes we might have to build it a few times before getting it right and thats ok.
We're the type of people that if you walk by trash on the floor you pick it up and dispose of it properly. No one will be here forever, let's leave our work better for the next person.
Ask for help. If you’re stuck or frustrated, then asking for help is a sign of strength. The next day it could be you offering help. If people look like they’re overloaded, step up. Whether we fail or succeed, we do it together.
The best solutions require diverse opinions and approaches. Which is why we believe in empowering all and no one voice over shadows everyone. We all deserve a seat at the table.
Yes, you read that correctly. We pay 99.99% of your medical, dental, vision plans so you don’t have to.
We support all of ‘em. But don’t let that stop you from taking personal time when you need to. We want you at your best. Always.
After your 1st year anniversary, we match your contributions up to 6%.
Being remote makes it hard to hang out and get to know one another. So every now and then we take trips just to get together.
A dedicated mom, BFF of my kids since I am the best cook in the world from their eyes, cat lover, traveler, tennis player and skier
I'm a data engineer by training, and a Real Housewives aficionado by misfortune.
I like to get outside with my wife, daughter and dog and am a big sports fan.
I'm a big fan of table top board games.
Just a foodie who loves professional sports, dogs, world history, reading/writing and traveling.
A recovering ex-humanitarian now enjoying exploring the culinary delights of Mexico City.
Interested in complex systems, processes, and patterns for business, art, and life.
Software engineer turned lawyer. Loves autumn, hates the outdoors.
Liverpool FC, Chicago Cubs, and pretty much any food
I love fishing, hiking, and seafood!
I love a good beach day! 🌊 🏖️
Naturally curious problem solver who loves exploring new technologies. ⛷
Fast code, fast cars, & unforgettable stories 🏎️ 🏁
Just a developer, love to cook and play some games, and visit nature.🕹🍖🌮🏔
Pushin pixels around since before it was cool. 🕹 🌮 🚲
I like to bowl, BBQ and watch College Football 🎳 🍖 🏈
Fun loving individual that enjoys spending time with family and listening to good music while eating a delicious home cooked meal.
Crafter of all things — knitting, sewing, painting, sculpting. Forever surrounded by cats. Always down for a hike or a happy hour. 🎨 🐾⛰️🍻
Both an avid traveler and a homebody, I’m either on the road or on the couch with my dog, Boba
I enjoy the gym, chasing tornadoes, and my dog
Building insurance products to unlock coverage gaps, always learning, and occasionally playing squash.
Struggling Mets fan who enjoys the outdoors
Designer by day, asleep by night. And an affinity for cheese.
Outside of work, Michael enjoys playing chess, piano and honing his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu skills.
Osho Jha is a co-founder of Arbol currently serving as its Chief Data Scientist. He is also a founding partner of dClimate, the first decentralized climate information ecosystem. As Chief Data Scientist at Arbol, he oversees the development of data-driven parametric products and climate risk solutions. Osho comes to Arbol with over a decade of experience as a product-focused data scientist. His experience ranges from cutting edge NLP research for DARPA resulting in a speech-to-speech translation system deployed by the U.S. military to using exhaust data for trading global equities.
Most recently, he oversaw the development of an Alt Data group at a large, NYC based hedge fund. Throughout his career, his focus has been on productizing large data sets into actionable insights. Outside of data science, Osho is passionate about the blockchain space and investing. His analysis of traditional markets and crypto markets has been featured in CoinDesk and other industry focused publications for institutional investors. Osho graduated early from Carnegie Mellon University, where he studied mathematics.
Philippe Heilberg is a co-founder of Arbol Inc. and currently serves as its President, COO & CFO. After graduating summa cum laude from the Wharton School with a BS and MBA, he went to work at top tier financial institutions like Salomon Brothers and AIG. He has been featured in a number of publications including a published article in the quarterly, "American Affairs Journal" entitled, "Cryptocurrencies: Commodity Dynamics and Cartelization.” He also has been a speaker/panelist at various conferences including the Wharton School, NYU, and Duke University.
As a former commodity trader, he was a member of the New York Board of Trade Commodity Exchange. In his philanthropic endeavors, he has been a consultant to the board of directors of the GEMS Development Foundation, a South Sudan charity, a member of the New York Board of JNF and a President Circle member of the Asia Society. He continues to be active in his community.
Siddhartha Jha is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Arbol, a global climate risk solutions platform focused on data-driven parametric insurance. Sid is also a co-founder of dClimate, the first decentralized climate information ecosystem. Prior to Arbol and dClimate, he had over 13 years of experience in the financial industry covering the interest rates and commodities in both quantitative research and trading roles. He launched an agriculture futures trading portfolio, managing over $100 million at a major commodity trading firm, and was the first analyst at a startup commodity hedge fund, which grew to manage over $600 million in assets. He was previously a Vice President of Interest Rates Strategy at J.P. Morgan.
Sid authored the well-received book "Interest Rate Markets", published in both English and Mandarin. He has taught financial markets at NYU and was on the board of a non-profit working with inner city youth. Sid graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. Cum Laude in Applied Mathematics and M.A. in Statistics as part of a 4-year combined degree program.
Passionate about all things parametric
I think British reality tv is unbeatable.
Kiran really struggles with introspection