Dr. Joe Wall

Joe is an expert in the design, application, and investigation of disruptive technologies. Within the growing area of FinTech, Joe specializes in blockchain and numerous related technologies, including cryptocurrencies (crypto), crypto valuation, and blockchain forensics.

Prior to launching his academic career, he spent more than 20 years on Wall Street, using financial models to consistently outperform the market as a principal and co-founder of a securities investment firm.

Joe earned his Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University, his MBA from Marquette University, and his bachelor’s degree in engineering from Purdue University.

Joe has created Praximæ courses in Blockchain, FinTech, AI Prompt Engineering, Financial Modelling, and more!

Hunter Sandidge, MSF

Hunter is an expert in the fields of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and data science. He spent half a decade applying advanced analytics in the defense industry, working in a portfolio of products consisting of missiles, torpedoes, and biochemical weapons detection. For the last half decade, he’s been building data science and engineering capabilities for NASA’s Orion and Artemis missions. Currently, he’s in charge of developing the AI that will be monitor the life support systems of the Spacesuit, the International Space Station, and all other human-bearing spacecraft.

Additionally, Hunter is an adjunct Professor at Marquette University.

Hunter earned his Masters in Finance with a focus in stochastic and deterministic asset valuation from DePaul Univerity.

Hunter has created Praximæ courses in artificial intelligence, data engineering, Excel automation, Monte Carlo simulation, and more!

Taylor Kloha, MA

Taylor is a Ph.D. candidate in the philosophy department at the University of Illinois – Chicago. Her areas of research specialization include the history of ethics and the relationship between aesthetic and moral value. She has a broad range of teaching experience, including introductory courses in applied ethics and more specific courses on environmental ethics and issues surrounding death and dying. Taylor is passionate about pedagogy and about helping people think critically and self-reflectively about everyday ethical issues.

Taylor has a Master of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts from Carthage College. She is a past recipient of the Fulbright ETA grant.

Taylor has created Praximæ courses in introductory ethics, environmental ethics, technology ethics, and the philosophy of technology.