Meet The BallotTrax Team

swSteve Olsen

Steve has put in 30 years building effective and break-through marketing campaigns in software, resort real estate, public issues and the health care sectors. Before becoming President for i3logix (the parent company of i3ballot and BallotTrax software) Steve was owner and creative director of SPARK Creative in Denver and Vail, CO, and worked on creative strategies and execution for many public issues campaigns including the Denver Airport, Coors Field, Mile High Stadium, Light Rail, Smart Growth as well as national and statewide candidate and legislative campaigns. Olsen also built several brands in the health care sector including HealtheTech, a software and hardware devices innovator, Cimmaron HMO of New Mexico and Colorado Weigh, a weight management program at the University of Colorado Health Sciences.

Prior to owning his own agency, Olsen served as creative and production director for a large East Coast agency specializing in, consumer goods, business-to-business, health care and national public issues campaigns.

A third-generation native of Colorado, Olsen studied business at the University of Colorado and graduated with honors from Colorado State University, where he completed a double major in advertising and broadcast/film production.

Steve Wolffis
Vice President

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Steve has over 30 years in the printing and mailing industry. His experience includes managing a 6.5 million dollar sales territory with major accounts including Qwest, Alltel and Windstream communications, Ultramar Diamond Shamrock and Heifer International one of the world’s largest non-profit organizations.

In 2004 Steve co-founded WizBang Solutions, a company that continues to thrive today as one of the largest Direct Mail companies in the Rocky Mountain region.

When Steve joined the i3logix team in 2009 he was instrumental in the collaboration between i3logix and Denver Election Division that lead to the creation of BallotTrax. Steve’s knowledge of the printing and mailing industry combined with his new passion for elections gives him a unique skill set for assisting clients in mail ballot tracking.

David Stockton
VP of Technology

David has been writing PHP code professionally since 1998. He is Vice President of Technology at i3logix in Denver, CO. He is very passionate about source control, TDD, APIs and PHP development. He is married and has two daughters who he is teaching to program and build electrical circuits and a five year old son who has a Master’s degree in annoying his sisters, and has been seen studying calculus and recursive algorithms. He is responsible for the design, architecture and development of the BallotTrax platform.

Prashanth Goriparthi
VP of Achitecture

Prashanth is a Vice President of Architecture at i3Logix. He has over 10 years of experience in data processing, data warehousing and storage in enterprise environments. With a broad knowledge of multiple database systems, Prashanth has ample experience dealing with high volume database/data warehouse systems design and implementations for fortune 100 companies including JPMorgan Chase and Capital One.

Upon joining i3logix in 2010, Prashanth has been instrumental in the design, development and deployment processes for BallotTrax. Prashanth holds a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Bill Heisler
Systems Architect

Bill is a Senior Data Architect at BallotTrax. He has 20 years of experience in enterprise software development and systems integration. With extensive experience in data and software architecture, focusing on complex environments, Bill can successfully navigate intricate technology issues with ease.

Before joining the BallotTrax team, he was the Senior Architect for and was responsible for technology integration and data transition during the acquisitions of 3 companies. Bill has also held senior technical positions at Mercury Interactive, Inflow, IBM and SunGard.

Tim Nyman
Marketing/Creative Director

Tim is a Marketing/Creative Director at BallotTrax. He has 20 years of experience in communications, marketing and advertising. Tim has spent his career as a creative director and producer of print, web and video projects.

Tim has lead marketing and creative teams at his own agency, a division one university sports team, a professional athletic apparel company and an online nutrition company.

When not creating marketing campaigns or graphic and web design projects, you can find him in the pottery studio, trying to walk his less than a year old lab or in the mountains.

Amy Petroskey
Product Manager

Amy joined the BallotTrax team with over 10 years of experience in managing technology customers and providing technical support.

After earning a BA in Public Administration and Public Policy from Michigan State, Amy moved to Colorado and started working for Science Applications International Corporation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement as a help desk analyst, providing all technical support for ICE and sister agencies. Subsequently, she spent several years with SAIC, eventually becoming a Team Lead and Supervisor. She then took a job with Kiosk Information Systems as a Product Owner in the software group, and as her career advanced, she moved over to Project Management, managing full service solutions, inclusive of custom hardware and software.

As a Product Manager on the BallotTrax team, Amy works with customers and the development team to understand business requirements and translate them into functional requirements to build software on. Additionally, she works directly with customers to provide technical support when on-boarding accounts and during elections. She is also an avid golfer and a Spartan for life!

Dann Stockton
Software Engineer


Dann is the newest addition to the BallotTrax team. Dann is helping build out new features for the backend API, and increase the platform stability.

Dann was a full-time musician for almost 10 years, and started building small web-based tools for the bands he was in to help them with their marketing efforts. Those small web-based tools ended up turning into full-blown web applications, and helped to facilitate all aspects of running a business as a full-time musician.

After realizing that he was in love with the web, he decided to build his own product to help musicians and filmmakers distribute their content.