Meet the Collection Harbor Team!
We assembled an all-star team of museum professionals and software specialists to help design and build the world's best museum collection management system. Meet our corporate team which, together with our talented developers and designers, is passionate about allowing museums to have access to the latest in modern software developments:
Co-Founder & President
Jessamyn holds a PhD in art history from Columbia University, where she taught art history, writing, and literature in the core curriculum. As a lecturer for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Cloisters Museum, Jessamyn discovered the need for better collection management systems. After teaching, Jessamyn worked in finance for five years. She now works in strategic communications, and continues to write and lecture on art and culture.
Co-Founder & Investor
Logan holds a JD from Yale and was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship at Queens University. He previously founded Matterhorn Transactions, a multinational legal technology. Logan teaches ethics, financial markets and corporate law at Yale Law where he is also an ISP Faculty Fellow. Logan wrote an award-winning book, Blood of Tyrants, and served on the boards of two charities. He has been featured by USA Today, Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Washington Post, Reuters, and numerous other media outlets.
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Nate is an online entrepreneur and attorney originally from Denver, Colorado. A graduate of Yale Law School and the University of Pennsylvania, Nate practiced as a civil litigator at a nationally-recognized law firm, where he handled a wide variety of complex commercial cases. When he's not helping to build the museum collection management system of the future, Nate loves traveling, playing basketball, and reading.
Chief Marketing Officer
Risha has over a decade of experience working in museums as both curator and administrator. She has received awards for her exhibitions and scholarship from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National University of Singapore, and the American Institute of Indian Studies, and holds a PhD in art history from Columbia University. She believes in the power of art to inspire creativity and a sense of collective belonging.