Mr. Assandria is an accomplished pilot, who since 1998 has been engaged in philanthropic assistance to the Pemon community in Kamarata. He is a board member of the Jimmie Angel Historical Society, and a member of Fundaccion Etnika, and a founding member of Aviación para la Salud, (ALAS) Aviation for Health. Mr. Assandria is a tremendous asset to Biokryptos, his expertise as a pilot and leader makes him invaluable in the continuing success of Biokryptos field operations.
A seasoned scientists, Randall began working as a laboratory assistant for the US Geological Survey since 2003 while studying math at University of Colorado at Boulder. After receiving his math degree, Randall returned to college to work on a second bachelor’s in chemistry then entered the chemistry PhD program at CU. Through CU, Randall has had the great privilege of working on a lab campaign with colleagues in Lyon, France. Randall’s research involves fatty acid chemistry at the air-sea interface. Randall has been involved in technical experimentation and research design for Biokryptos since before the inception of our non-profit, and assists in continuing improvements for Biokryptos field research methods.