CEO Ken "Doc Mojo" Musgrave received his PhD in Computer Science from Yale University in 1993, for creating the methodologies that drive MojoWorld and competing software products. Dr Musgrave has a world-wide reputation as a leading computer graphics researcher and for involvement in both the Hollywood special effects industry and the development of MetaCreations Bryce 4.0.
Professor James Bardeen, an astrophysicist at the University of Washington, added his unique river models to provide drainage networks for entire MojoWorld continents. The first thing on Jim's resume is that he helped Stephen Hawking work out the original theory of black holes.
Brian Sharpe leads MojoWorld software development at Pandromeda's Wellington, New Zealand office. Brian has been a senior engineer at Pandromeda since the MojoWorld programming team was formed in early 2000.
Ruth "Calyxa" Fry is the MojoWorld program manager. Calyxa has been part of the MojoWorld team since MojoWorld 1.0 and provides strategic direction in support and user education.
Julian Peterson is a senior engineer based in Pandromeda's Dunedin, New Zealand office, and has been with the company since March 2000. As well as work on Mojoworld, he responsible for web programming and system administration.
The Honorable R. Kenton Musgrave, Judge on the US Court of International Trade brings in his extensive corporate experience to Pandromeda as Chairman of the Board.
Lynn Fredricks, President of Proactive International, directs worldwide sales and marketing for Pandromeda and is a member of the Pandromeda board of directors.
John Clarkson heads up the graphic and usability design for Pandromeda. Though relatively new to the Pandromeda team, John is one of the original MojoWorld users. The former creative director for Kinkos.com, John graduated from the Pratt Institute of Art with a BFA in Film and Photography.