National Association for Rights Protection and Advocacy
Ele Munjeli is a Software Development Engineer living and working in the Seattle area. She has a degree from the Evergreen State College in Computer Science with undergraduate research in Software Engineering for Online Deliberation. She has worked with a broad spectrum of advocacy groups including electronic democracy and civic engagement interests. She is a member of the National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation, and she often participates in online discussions as a technical consultant. In 2012 Ele was a part of the Online Dialogue and Deliberation Infrastructure group, a national workgroup dedicated to establishing standards and specifications for online deliberation. She spoke at Open Source Bridge in 2013 in a session about Online Citizenship.
Ele works in a variety of languages from assembly to Haskell and has a particular interest in working with abstract data.