Born in New Jersey -- Mark Hansen is an activist, technologist, and community scientist.

After living with environmental and human rights activists in the U.K. they studied at Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey to earn a degree in Anthropology, American Studies, and Visual Art.

In New Brunswick, NJ, among activists fighting for food and housing accessibility, undocumented workers, and dismantling mass incarceration -- they began focusing on government corruption and took up programming to build systems to counter abuses.

Currently, they are studying microbial community engineering to reduce atmoshperic methane and climate change.

Since then his work has been featured in Fast Company, TIME Magazine, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and is a member of CTOs for Good and Y-Combinator.

Mark Hansen


Nonprofit tech trade secret sharing to support a sector taking on for-profit vultures.


Machine learning tooling to uncover violent police officers and creating a national database of offenses

Augmented constituent services for government with machine learning and text based comms running in 4 east coast cities.

My long game attempt to be gov tech infrastructure across the U.S. and expose contractors abusing gov procurement.

A lawsuit to ensure poor people can access their rights




Shipping 2 million lines of code that cleared $250 million debt and beating Credit Karma, LegalZoom, and Intuit at their own game.

Mentor to help people impacted by incarceration get their first foot into tech


Building a tech ecosystem in Gaza City to bring income in a emprisoned people in our generations aparateid.