Martin Casado is involved in most aspects of Mural, focusing on funding, relationships, technology and deployments. Martin is an entrepreneur, investor and technologist. He was deeply involved in the development of software defined networking both as a researcher and later as a technologist when he co-founded Nicira Networks which was acquired by VMWare in 2012. He is currently a GP at Andreessen Horowitz. He grew up in Flagstaff Arizona, near Four Corners, and has a deep affinity for the region.
Martin earned his bachelor’s degree from Northern Arizona University and a Masters and PhD in computer science from Stanford where he studied computer networking.
Cam leads operations at Mural, from content, to research and strategy. Cam is a lifelong learner who is passionate about ensuring that all children receive a sufficient education for life in today's world. His Stanford thesis focused on why we have an inescapable ethical duty to meet the basic needs of all. Working on the assumption that education is one of those basic needs, we are ethically obligated to provide a proper education. Cam believes that broadband access is increasingly integral to today's digitizing educational system and therefore key to supporting today's learner.
Cam has earned two degrees from Stanford University with a focus on the distributive justice branch of ethical philosophy.
Fay M. Johnson
Fay serves as Mural's social impact advisor, overseeing strategy, community outreach and engagement, inclusion, and sustainability. Fay has over 15 years of experience working on social impact projects in rural and emerging economies, including Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, South Africa, Indonesia, and India.
Previously, Fay served as the Co-Director of the Human Rights Caucus for the U.S. House of Representatives, and as staff on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health. She holds a B.A. from UCLA in International Development Studies and Political Science and a Master's from Georgetown University in Behavior Change Communication.