We deliver insight into company ESG data and go beyond the company filing data by using alternative data sources to power our AI models. We identify greenwashing and analyze news in real-time so you get the latest data as soon as it is out.

Our Team


Irena Vodenska

Professor of Finance Director,
Finance Programs Chair,
Administrative Sciences at Boston University

Irena Vodenska is professor of finance and director of finance programs at Boston University’s Metropolitan College. Her research focuses on network theory and complexity science in macroeconomics. She conducts theoretical and applied interdisciplinary research using quantitative approaches for modeling interdependences of financial networks, banking system dynamics, and global financial crises. More specifically, Dr. Vodenska’s research focuses on the modeling of early warning indicators and systemic risk propagation throughout interconnected financial and economic networks. She also studies the effects of news announcements on financial markets, corporations, financial institutions, and related global economic systems. She uses neural networks and deep learning methodologies for natural language processing to text mine important factors affecting corporate performance and global economic trends. Professor Vodenska teaches Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, International Finance and Trade, Financial Regulation and Ethics, and Derivatives Securities and Markets at Boston University. She holds a PhD in econophysics (statistical finance) and an MA in economics from Boston University, an MBA from Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University, and a BS in computer information systems from the University of Belgrade. She is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charter holder. As a principal investigator (PI) for Boston University, she has won interdisciplinary research grants awarded by the European Commission (EU), the Network Science Division of the US Army Research Office, and the National Science Foundation (US).


Dimitar Trajanov

Professor at ss. Cyril and Methodius University –Skopje,
Visiting Research Professor at Boston University

Prof. Dimitar Trajanov, Ph.D. is Visiting Research Professor at Boston University and Head of the Department of Information systems and network technologies at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering – ss. Cyril and Methodius University –Skopje. From March 2011 until September 2015, he was the founding Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, and in his tenure, the Faculty has become the largest technical Faculty in Macedonia. Dimitar Trajanov is the leader of the Regional Social Innovation Hub established in 2013 as a cooperation between UNDP and the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering.
His professional experience includes working as a Senior Data Science Consultant for one of the largest Pharmaceutical companies, a Data Science consultant for UNDP in North Macedonia, and a software architect in a couple of startups.
Dimitar Trajanov is the author of more than 170 journal and conference papers and seven books. He has been involved in more than 70 research and industry projects, of which in more than 40 projects as a project leader.


Lou Chitkushev

Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Associate Professor,
Computer Science Director,
Health Informatics & Health Sciences at Boston University

Dr. Chitkushev has served on several IEEE conference committees and as a NSF review panelist. He is cofounder and associate director of Boston University’s Center for Reliable Information Systems & Cyber Security (RISCS), and played a role in initiatives that led to Boston University’s designation as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense and Research by the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security. Chitkushev teaches data communications, computer networks, advanced internet technologies, medical informatics, and network security.


Risto Trajanov

Data Scientist
Master Student at Rice University

Risto Trajanov is a data science graduate student at Rice University in Houston, Texas. He is currently at Rice University, sponsored by the Fulbright Program, one of the most prestigious international scholarships of the US Department of State. Risto Trajanov graduated from the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Ss. Cyril and Methodius – Skopje with a “High Achievement” award for completing with a GPA higher than 9.5 (out of 10).
Since 2021, Risto Trajanov has been working as a data scientist, developing a product that would help investors detect greenwashing by providing a platform for monitoring the company’s ESG behavior.
His professional career starts as a teaching mentor for high schoolers learning the programming language Java. He then takes a machine learning internship at the Macedonian Academy Of Sciences And Arts in Skopje. He conducted two machine learning internships, one in Loca Inc., a silicon valley start-up, and the other in Netcetera, a tech company. He was also active in the Non-governmental Sector; he volunteered as a computer science assistant in Smart-Up Innovation Lab, an NGO in Skopje.
Risto Trajanov is the co-author of several research papers about optimization, machine learning, and explainable AI published in prestigious conferences like IEEE SSCI, EVO Apps, and PPSN.