Timshel is a privately held data service startup company run by Michael Slaby . Slaby was formally involved in the digital initiative of Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. Timshel has around 50 employees in Chicago and New York . 
Timshel utilizes “personalized digital engagement”  and was part of a “broader strategy by the Clinton campaign to look at all the ways that have been interacting with its potential supporters and made sure they are coordinated”.  The company analyzed information such as email addresses, door knockers, social media data and other information. The company helped the campaign come together in a way that the campaign staff use. 
As of April 2016, Timshel has approximately 20 clients, including the UN Refugee Agency (USA for UNHCR) and Fabretto, a US nonprofit that serves children in Nicaragua . 
In October 2016, the company was listed as 1 of “7 Startups Today’s Presidential Candidates Can not Campaign Without” by Inc. Magazine. 
- Cambridge Analytica
- Civis Analytics
- Data dredging
- Dan Wagner (data scientist)
- The Groundwork
- Harper Reed
- Herd behavior
- Michael Slaby
- ORCA (computer system)
- Project Narwhal
- Predictive analytics
- Project Houdini
- Right-wing politics
- Tech companies in New York metropolitan area
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