Tonya Clark, Treasurer

John Costik, Director 

John is the Lead Software Developer, Center for Clinical Innovation, University of Rochester.  John’s recent focus on technology has been to improve the quality of life for his wife, Laura, and his children, Sarah and Evan. Evan’s 2012 T1D diagnosis motivated John to piece together a CGM remote monitoring system at his home in Livonia, NY.  John is a member of the original CGM in the Cloud team.

Gail DeVore, Vice President, Development 

Gail is the President and CEO of 2Degrees LLC, a Denver-based marketing and technology company. She is also a professional musician, an avid tennis player, and has had T1D for more than 40 years. She and her husband have 4 adult children and 6 grandchildren.

Kate Farnsworth, Director

Kate is the mother of 4 daughters, the oldest of whom lives with Type 1 Diabetes. As a Digital Media Designer and IT Specialist she seeks out ways to use technology and effective design solutions to make life easier for those who live with Type 1 diabetes and the people that care for them. Advocating for the Canadian Diabetes community since 2012.

Weston Nordgren, Vice President, Community Outreach 

Father of five, grandfather of three, Weston has teamed up with his wife of 32 years to advocate for the Nightscout Project and open source solutions that help alleviate the suffering of those struggling with T1. With the T1 diagnosis of their son nine years ago at 12 months of age, it became very apparent that the toolset available was insufficient. Weston and his wife have made it their focus in life to passionately advocate for real world solutions found in the Nightscout and #WeAreNotWaiting communities. 

James Wedding, P.E., President 

James works in Technical Sales for Autodesk, Inc. An avid technologist, he’s passionate about using tech to make life as normal as possible for his T1 daughter and other kids with diabetes. James lives in McKinney, Texas with his wife and their two daughters.



Laurie Schwartz (former Director) is a retired dentist. Now residing in Colorado and partnering with her husband in life, love, home-education of three kids, a family business and pursuing a better understanding in diabetes management following her youngest child, Adam’s diagnosis.

Jason Adams (former Director) is a molecular biologist by training and business development executive for Roche Diagnostics.  After setting up Nightscout for his T1D daughter, Jason founded the CGM in the Cloud Facebook group for members to share their experiences with open source solutions to send CGM data to the cloud.  He lives in Carlsbad, CA with his wife and their 3 daughters.

Jason Calabrese (former Vice President) lives in San Diego, California with his wife, Heidi, and their twins, Andrew and Katie. Andrew was diagnosed with Type 1 in 2010, at age 3. Jason is a software developer who is working to reduce the burden of living with Type 1 for Andrew, his family, and many others. He is a member of the original CGM in the Cloud team and a an original lead core developer for the Nightscout Project.

Ben West (former Director) is an advocate for open science and open source. Research interests include interaction between technology and society and measuring fidelity of therapy. He enjoys working on projects like Nightscout, which provide a forum for everyone to use their talents to increase liberty and decrease burden.  Ben was diagnosed with T1D in 2003 while a college student.  He lives in San Francisco, California.  He is a member of the original CGM in the Cloud team and a an original lead core developer for the Nightscout Project.