Our Philosophy

 

At HC3, we believe that climate change is the most dire threat actively jeopardizing lives and well-being around the globe.

We believe science & engineering are incredibly powerful tools to help fight climate change.

We acknowledge that technology alone is not the answer; it must be accompanied by political action and long-term cultural shifts. This is why we invest at least 10% of profits into a political action group.

We fight capitalism with capitalism: sustainable products aren't more appealing because they're "green", they're more appealing because they waste less, cost less, are more effective, and keep us healthier.

We fight not for polar bears or ice caps or honey bees, but because we want to preserve our way of life. This is for us: our families, our friends, and our futures.

Read our writing on the HC3 Blog.

 

Founding Team

 
                                             Jon McKay, co-founder Jon co-founded Technical Machine, an Internet of Things hardware tools company after college. He has spoken at dozens of events around the world about his efforts to make hardware development easier. He has most recently worked as an independent consultant on embedded projects.

                                             Jon McKay, co-founder

Jon co-founded Technical Machine, an Internet of Things hardware tools company after college. He has spoken at dozens of events around the world about his efforts to make hardware development easier. He has most recently worked as an independent consultant on embedded projects.

                                         Kelsey Breseman, co-founder Kelsey is an engineer, community creator, and writer. She was first employee and Director of Community at Technical Machine, building an active and engaged open source community. In her previous position with 3D Robotics, she shipped enterprise aerial imaging product as a project manager. Her book on Embedded Node.JS was published into the O'Reilly series in 2016.

                                         Kelsey Breseman, co-founder

Kelsey is an engineer, community creator, and writer. She was first employee and Director of Community at Technical Machine, building an active and engaged open source community. In her previous position with 3D Robotics, she shipped enterprise aerial imaging product as a project manager. Her book on Embedded Node.JS was published into the O'Reilly series in 2016.

 

Careers

Are you a software engineer yearning to work on an urgent, globally-relevant challenge? Drop us a line. We're always looking for talented engineers to join our growing roster. We place a strong emphasis on work-life balance, diversity amongst the team, and an independent work ethic.