The SQ Team

Co-Founder & CEO

Agustin Mohedas, PhD

As an engineer, scientist, and entrepreneur, Agustin is focused on developing intuitive mobile technologies to improve people’s health and how they access care. Agustin holds a bachelors of science in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University and PhD from the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology where his research focuses on drug discovery and development for rare genetic diseases.

In his free time, Agustin enjoys hiking in the White Mountains, cooking a mean asado (Argentine barbecue) and antique car restoration.

Co-Founder & COO

Gabriel Malseptic, MBA

As a health researcher, public health policy wonk, healthcare management consultant, and social entrepreneur, Gabe is passionate about exploring how mobile health can be an effective tool for driving healthy behaviors and conversations. Gabe holds a bachelors in Linguistic Anthropology from the University of Rochester and an MBA from the Heller School at Brandeis University.

When not hacking late into the night with the SQ Team, you’ll find Gabe teaching Capoeira near his home in Cambridge, cycling on unforgiving hills, and making hearty pasta sauces.

Co-Founder & CTO

Fah Sathirapongsasuti, PhD

Data scientist, technologist, and published author, Fah works with the SQ engineering team to design and build our product. While studying Computer Science at Stanford, Fah launched a website for community-based translation of the Buddhist canon, Wikipitaka, which has grown to over 5 million registered users. During his PhD study at Harvard School of Public Health, he served as a Resident Tutor and Academic Advisor to Harvard undergraduates--an experience that inspired the creation of SQ.

In Cambridge, Fah can be found near the water, swimming, rowing, and sailing. And in San Francisco, he can be found practicing Japanese archery.

Lead iOS Developer

Anas Bouzoubaa

An iOS wizard, Anas was a part of the pioneering team of health innovators at RHINNO a Digital Health Innovation Lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School and works as a software engineer for Cureatr, a health provider communication platform. At the American University of Paris, Anas received the Sin-Ming Shaw award for his senior project in which he and his team developed a Can-Collecting Autonomous Mobile Robot. During his studies Anas also completed an internship working on the server side and client side of a community management platform.

Lead Android Developer

Dana Kianfar

Across the Atlantic Ocean, a computer science student and an entrepreneur padawan, Dana is the lead Android developer at SQ. While interning at a digital health innovation lab RHINNO, he found digital health entrepreneurship as a major pivot in his academic and future career. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics from the American University of Paris. When not behind the computer screen, Dana can be found in a Finnish sauna, playing chess.

Graphic Designer & Web Developer

Julien Lamazouade

As an engineering student, Julien has experience in product development and works closely with SQ as graphic designer and web developer. His interests focus on collaborations with physicians to improve healthcare through technological breakthrough. Julien has gained entrepreneurship skills by pioneering RHINNO, a digital health innovation lab in Brigham and Women's Hospital. He is currently a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering at the Arts et Métiers Engineering School in Paris.

Lead Software Engineer

Christine Feeney

Christine earned a double major in Psychology and Cognitive Science with a Computer Science concentration at the University of Virginia. After a brief period working in clinical psychology, she entered the healthcare IT field and has five years of experience developing complex healthcare information systems. Her interests are focused on making the healthcare system and patient's interactions with it more transparent and accessible, especially within the mental health domain.

Nutrition Consultant

Abigail Hammond, MS, RD/LDN

After earning her bachelors in Psychology, Abigail moved from upstate New York to Beantown to earn a Master's in Nutrition at Boston University. Following a couple years of full-time work, and yearning for a return to "student life," Abigail embarked on a one-year fellowship with Boston Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School during which she specialized in adolescent nutrition and eating disorders. She remains committed to clarifying media messages about nutrition so that eating evokes joy and curiosity rather than confusion. Abigail is also a yoga instructor, enjoys calligraphy and takes great delight in water or sunshine.

Sexual Health Consultant

Makenzie Peterson

A health educator, researcher, and advocate, Makenzie is an Alaskan-native who is enthusiastic about sexual and reproductive health. She made Boston her home after completing her masters in Health Promotion & Health Education from the University of Utah, and specializing in Sexual Health Education at the University of Michigan. When Makenzie's not brainstorming more creative ways for you to ask your partner to use protection, she's plotting her next international trip over Indian food and watching Planet Earth.

Digital Health Fellow

Onyema Nwanaji

Onyema's interest in translational research, experience in health awareness programming, and advocacy both in the U.S. and abroad makes him a great fit for our content development team. He is currently a Morehead-Cain Scholar studying biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In his spare time, Onyema works to recreate his mother's spicy, jollof rice.

Digital Health Fellow

Ramandeep "Ruby" Sangha

With a background in public health research, Ruby is focused on improving people’s health through preventive medicine education and motivation. Ruby holds a B.S. in Kinesiology & Nutrition from UMass Amherst. In her free time, she enjoys photography, traveling, and volunteering with Dana Farber Cancer Institute & the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.