Rob Heittman, Alison Heittman and Sam Graham on January 14, 2022 in Orlando, FLRandy Petersen and Alison hashing out the mobile interface for the Freddie AwardsSeptember 2014 FIND work session in DubaiSeptember 2014 training session at NYU Abu DhabiAlison and Carl out banding osprey with Libby Mojica of the Center for Conservation Biology2014 Freddie Awards mobile redesign meeting with Ed Pizzarello, Denny Butts, and AlisonIUCN's Diane Skinner and Alison at work on ElephantDatabaseTeam ETISAlison with two osprey. They are transported from the nest to the boat via these boxes.Google Steve Miller, the superstar behind the Protect Planet Ocean Google Earth layer, and Alison at the PPO launchTeam Solertium with partner Dan Laffoley at the Protect Planet Ocean launchTeam Solertium at the Ocean pavilion for the Protect Planet Ocean launchWatch out for that shark!Alison loved helping out with the osprey banding!2013 osprey banding with Alison, Carl, and the Center for Conservation Biology's Libby MojicaAlison holds ospreyBanding osprey, with Libby Mojica & Alison, 2013Alison Heittman & Caroline Pollack, working on the SIS redesign. November 2010

Alison Heittman

Chief Executive Officer

Alison discovered the web in graduate school for library and information science. After a few years as a research librarian, she was lured by Rob’s content management startup to create their information architecture group (Rob was smart enough to see that the websites they were building were growing in size, and who better to organize content and access to it than a librarian?). Since then, Alison has embraced almost every job related to developing web and mobile applications. She loves digging in to multi-language projects, and appreciates the opportunity to travel to work on the ground with Solertium’s clients and users. Creating great products for users is her passion; she loves seeing people interacting with her projects.
When not wireframing dream apps or making lists for anything and everything, Alison can be found playing with her corgi, creating a culinary masterpiece, or reading a book.
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