Dalinda Alcantar, Founder and CEO
We are super proud to say that we began in a classroom with a teacher down South in McAllen, TX. Mrs. Dalinda Gonzalez-Alcantar, our founder, was serving as an AVID coordinator and Art teacher in a school where the demographic consists mainly of Hispanics with low socioeconomic status. She had a very difficult time communicating with her parents and students about great things that were happening on campus like student performances, athletic events, PTA meetings, and cool workshops for family engagement because her parents or students didn’t go home to the internet. She learned to create a mobile application for her school and thus began the eJucomm project. Her mobile applications are now being created across the nation to impact families throughout the country including those that live a modern mobile lifestyle!
David Book, Mobile App Genius
David Book is a technology professional and entrepreneur that specializes in advanced database technologies and mobile application development. David has been designing and developing enterprise level software solutions for 15 years. His most recent work, buzztouch, has helped tens of thousands of people get started making mobile apps by focusing on helping new and aspiring developers learn the basics of mobile application development. The buzztouch system won the University Award for Best Integrated Capstone in 2011 when David introduced it to the public as part of a senior project requirement while pursing an Information Technology and Communication Design degree. David lives on the Montere Peninsula in California where he and his wife Lynn raise their two teenagers (Page and Austin).
David Alvarado, Graphic Designer
David Alvarado is a graphic designer, public relations professional and photographer. He grew up in Mercedes, Texas, a rural town in the center of a complex economic and perceptual region known as the Rio Grande Valley. He currently attends the University of Texas – Pan American pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with a minor in Graphic Design. After obtaining an internship with the Texas Valley Communities Foundation, David has developed several branding projects for events and education out-reach initiatives. Most of his design work appeals to students, teachers, administrators and potential corporate partners.