Our Team

We believe our nation’s justice system deserves the best technology available to achieve its mission of administering justice with fairness, equality, and integrity. Today’s courts, law enforcement officers, and prosecuting offices are busier than ever. We want to help make their jobs easier, faster, and ever more successful.

Our bottom line: making a positive difference in today’s legal system for both the courts and the public. We believe in what we do and we’re excited to share our vision with you.

MJ Cartwright - CEO

MJ speaks at #RiseofRest in Ann Arbor, MI

"Growing a business that enables millions of people to access justice and resolve their issues who were unable to do so before."

MJ leads the Matterhorn team to make meaningful, usable, and innovative solutions that expand online and mobile access to our courts, centers and agencies for all people: “go to court” without going to court; resolve your issues online -- now!

Prior to Court Innovations, she has been the CEO at CNC Connections, Arbor Ultrasound, Edington Associates, and ViaDerm. She has been on the executive and transition teams for multiple organizations including HealthMedia/Johnson & Johnson.


J.J. Prescott - Founder

J.J. speaks on Matterhorn at the MAMA meeting, summer 2017

“I wanted to use what I have to make the world a better place. I believe Matterhorn does that.”

J.J. Prescott is a Professor of Law at the University of Michigan. He is the principal investigator of the UM Online Court Project, which uses technology to help people facing warrants, fines, and minor charges resolve their disputes with the government and courts online and without the need to hire an attorney. The UM Online Court Project was the inspiration for Matterhorn by Court Innovations.


Brian Derickson - Implementation

Brian and Axel

"You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality."

Brian is an alumnus from the University of Michigan with a passion for innovation and public service. Brian enjoys working hands-on with our customers to deliver ODR solutions that reflect offline procedures and increase access in the communities they serve to resolve outstanding matters.

Katie Dobbins - Developer

Dunrie graduates from Washtenaw Sheriff's Citizen Police Academy

"One of the core building blocks to a flourishing society is a good rule of law and easy access to justice.  As such, I am excited to be on a team providing software that increases access to justice while reducing the workload of courts."

Katie has expertise in full stack development, agile development practices, and unit testing & test driven development. She has deep and detailed understanding of Matterhorn’s tech stack and its implementations in court systems across the nation.

cartoon of katie

Casey Geimer - Customer Implementation

Casey at Matterhorn HQ

"Data are summaries of thousands of stories - tell a few of those stories to help make the data meaninful." - Dan Heath

Casey has almost two decades of various IT roles, a degree in Software Management and a background in Digital Forensics. His past of working with litigants and courts to explain technical issues drives a desire for efficient ODR experiences. Casey's always up for a hike along the unbeaten path, or jumbalaya that his wife, kids and dogs all agree is too spicy.

Dunrie Greiling - Product Strategy

Dunrie graduates from Washtenaw Sheriff's Citizen Police Academy

"Using my powers for good!"

Dunrie leads Matterhorn product and market strategy. She loves telling the story of the benefits of Matterhorn ODR (increasing access, fairness, efficiencies, customer service, enforcement). She leads the product roadmap planning and design activities with a collaborative style and strong user experience background.

Brian Harper - Customer Implementation

Brian Harper and Axel

"Let's improve our judicial systems together."

Brian has traveled the globe implementing software and hardware systems for both on-premise and cloud-based server solutions. He is excited to share the Matterhorn product and deliver a tailored solution for your judicial system. Brian says "yes" to challenges whether it is related to a video game or a race to summit a mountain.

Ben Howden - Technology

Ben with the 15th District Court in the background

“... with proper design, the features come cheaply. This approach is arduous, but continues to succeed.”
-- Dennis Ritchie

"What's your beef, cheese fry?"
-- Ben Howden

Ben leads software development for the Matterhorn ODR platform. He has strong experience across multiple programming languages, platforms, and approaches to the software development life cycle. He was an Eagle Scout back in the day, too.

Mike Losey - Customer Success

Mike Losey at a conference

"I find inspiration all around me from the passionate team at Court Innovations to the citizens and courts that we bring together online."

Mike is responsible for ensuring customers receive the support and guidance needed to leverage the Matterhorn Platform. Mike brings over 15 years of customer operations, sales, and account management experience from the digital media space and data management startup companies.

Andy Mohr - Outreach

Mike Losey at a conference

"Nice matters."

Andy came to Court Innovations with a background in marketing, small business management, and customer service. He is passionate about social justice and the efforts to improve access to justice for all people. Andy loves working with people and finding the best ways to assist them in order to make their lives more enjoyable. Outside of the office, Andy loves spending time in nature with his wife and two rescue dogs.

Nate Szelag - Developer

Nate Szelag in the Matterhorn office

"Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no one should be denied it." -- Alan Moore

Nate has strong experience in graphic design and customer service. He is passionate about being aprt of a diverse team to create a meaningful application that benefits all people. When he isn't coding, he spends time with his family, goes on random adventures, and finds interesting things to photograph. You could also call him a coffee junkie.

cartoon of Nate in a coffee pot

Jim Tinney - Implementation

Nate Szelag in the Matterhorn office

"They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself."
-Andy Warhol

Jim blends his law training (JD University of Virginia) and experience in litigation with his strong interest in technology and a commitment to access to justice.

cartoon of Nate in a coffee pot

Axel Oreamnos - Remover of Obstacles

Axel in his natural habitat

"I like to ram my horns against obstacles and blaze new trails. I also like new friends."

Axel heads our horns and hijinks department. Axel loves to spend time in new pastures, scale new heights, and herd with other forward thinkers who love tech and service. He also has a softer, cuddlier side, and shepherds team morale.