Esteban Eliza

Born in Brooklyn, NY, Esteban migrated upstate to study Game Design and Development at Rochester Institute of Technology in 2012. After receiving his bachelor’s degree, he worked for nearly a decade as a software engineer on AAA video games, focusing primarily on User Interface/User Experience and audio. Esteban recently moved to a hamlet in the Catskills where a prominent honeybee culture inspired him to learn more about beekeeping and eventually to pursue a role at Bee Informed. He brings with him a passion for making technology more accessible and intuitive and is looking forward to starting his very first backyard hive soon.

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John Anderson

John Anderson grew up on a corn, soybean, cattle, and hog farm in Eastern Nebraska. He currently lives in Sioux City Iowa where he has worked as a computer programmer since 1998. He has been a hobby beekeeper since 2009 and began raising queens in 2018. In 2020 he returned to college at Morningside University and will complete his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science with a Marketing minor in May of 2022. He enjoys organizing and participating in local bee club meetings. John is excited to have the opportunity to combine his love of honeybees and his experience as a computer programmer to benefit the…

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Cade Houston

Originally from the Flatwoods of South Georgia, this Baxley, Ga. native now lives in College Station, Texas where he aids beekeepers in colony health monitoring and surveillance. Cade received his B.S. in Agriculture from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in 2020. While at ABAC, he founded the Abraham Baldwin Beekeeper’s Association to teach other college students, faculty, and the community about the importance of bees and beekeeping in the state and nationwide. He began keeping honeybees at the age of 14 and has been “addicted” ever since. Before coming to BIP, Cade worked for two commercial operations in Georgia: Gardner Apiaries and Georgia Bee Supply. He…

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