Aharon Wasserman is the former VP for Creative & Marketing at NGP VAN, the leading data infrastructure provider to the Democratic party and the nation’s progressive organizations.
He is a technologist, creative, entrepreneur, and key contributor to eight years of innovation beginning with the historic 2008 Barack Obama election and extending to the heart of Democratic party’s data/technology superiority.
He is co-founder and former Chief Product Officer of NationalField, a transformative social data company that brought together real-time hard metrics and social qualitative feedback to empower political campaigns and changemakers across the nation. Wasserman and his NationalField partners were named to Forbes 30 under 30 Technology list. In 2013, Wasserman and the NationalField team gave birth to the Seeds project.
Wasserman is also a collaborator in the emerging VR community. In 2015 he consulted on the launch of Oculus Story Studio at Sundance film festival and developed premiere marketing for the VR film Henry, which went on to win an Emmy for Outstanding Original Interactive Program.
In 2008 he was a leader in Barack Obama’s groundbreaking field operation and the youngest statewide deputy field director in the U.S., spearheading the registration of 240,000 new voters in Georgia.
His hackathon projects include putting the Paper Magazine photo of Kim Kardashian on a Apple Newton.
He logs every episode of every tv show he watches here: http://aharon.tv