About ClimaTwin

ClimaTwin’s mission is to transform how public and private infrastructure stakeholders mitigate climate risks by leveraging climate models, digital twins, and computer science.

ClimaTwin Team

ClimaTwin® is a world-class group of thought leaders and industry innovators with expertise in engineering & construction software, climate change science, weather risk management, geospatial data analytics, and policy & climate communications.

Adam Omansky

Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer

Adam Omansky is the Co-founder and CEO of ClimaTwin. Prior to ClimaTwin, Adam was the Co-founder and CEO of WeatherBuild, Weather Enabled Decision Support Solutions for the Construction Industry and Built Environment (acquired by BulkSource). Adam was also the Co-founder and Vice President of Product Strategy of Vela Systems (acquired by Autodesk, now BIM 360). Adam earned his MDes from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and BArch from Cornell University. As a husband and father of two wonderful children, Adam is invested in generational thinking and environmental stewardship.

Stephen Ahron

Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer

Stephen Ahron is the Co-founder and COO of ClimaTwin. Stephen is an innovative and strategic business and legal leader. Prior to ClimaTwin, Stephen was the Founder & CEO of 504 Consulting and 504 Sports & Entertainment. Stephen also ran business and legal teams at Uber and Postmates (acquired by Uber) and was a lawyer at Proskauer Rose, LLP, resident in their New York office. Stephen earned his JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and BA from Tulane University. As a member of the “Katrina Class” at Tulane, Stephen has both an acute awareness of the impact of extreme weather events on infrastructure and communities as well as the urgent need for solutions. Stephen is a proud husband and new father.

Julie Davitz

Senior Advisor – Impact Solutions

Julie Davitz joined ClimaTwin as a Senior Advisor – Impact Solutions. A globally-connected leader and changemaker with over 20 years of experience in the impact sector, Julie Davitz founded Plus Media Solutions to democratize access to positive social solutions. Julie formerly served as SVP, Head of Impact Solutions for BNP Paribas/Bank of the West’s Wealth Management division, supporting clients in creating nonprofit and for-profit lasting change while pursuing their personal impact and financial goals. Known as an innovator who develops and sustains cause-related initiatives and investments, Julie is committed to sharing her deep experience and expertise to increase awareness of impact solutions, improve effectiveness in the social impact space and build collaborative relationships.

Kevin Samy

Senior Advisor – Strategic Partnerships & Communications

Kevin Samy joined ClimaTwin as a Senior Advisor – Strategic Partnerships & Communications. Prior to ClimaTwin, Kevin directed policy strategy and communications initiatives at Volta Charging. Kevin also served in the Obama Administration as a Senior Climate Policy and Communications Advisor in multiple posts including: on the White House climate team, at the Pentagon as speechwriter and advisor to the Secretary of Defense, at the U.S. Department of Energy as Special Advisor to the Secretary of Energy, and at the U.S. EPA as Chief Speechwriter and advisor to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy. Kevin earned his graduate degree from the Yale School of the Environment and his bachelor’s degree from Miami University. Kevin is a fellow at the Truman National Security Project.

Climate Risks

Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme weather, highlighting asset vulnerabilities and threatening systems, services, and societies.

Digital Twin

A digital twin is a virtual representation of real-world entities and processes, synchronized at a specified frequency and fidelity. (Digital Twin Consortium)

Machine Learning

Unique spatial and temporal downscaling from large-scale data to local-scale analytics and site-specific insights with proprietary AI/ML technology.

Internet of Things

IoT data feeds from public and private networks of distributed stations and sensors in support of low-regret, adaptive strategies such as the observational method.

Adaptation Actions

Infrastructure demands 60-80% of total climate change adaptation spend worldwide — $150-$450 billion per year by 2050.

Asset Lifecycle

To date, the planning, delivery, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure generally assumes a future climate the same as today’s. (McKinsey Global Institute 2020)

Bad Infrastructure

America’s infrastructure is already poor and falling, with significant deficiencies — increasing vulnerabilities to weather and climate extremes. (ASCE Report Card)

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