Meet the VIATechnik Team - Leadership and Advisors

Danielle Dy Buncio
Danielle works closely with our clients to understand their needs and deliver the right solutions. As a Civil Engineer and a LEED Accredited Professional, She has extensive commercial building, heavy civil, and marine construction experience. Danielle has worked on both building and infrastructure projects in San Francisco, Sydney, and Chicago. Danielle holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University.
Anton Dy Buncio
Anton works closely with the engineering teams to ensure the best technology is paired with the most experienced team. Prior to VIATechnik, Anton was also a management consultant at Bain & Co, and a founding member of the turnaround practice. His work included private equity due diligence, large transformations for Fortune 500 technology clients in San Francisco and Sydney, Australia, and growth strategy for mid-market firms. Anton graduated from Stanford with a BS in Management Science & Engineering.
Board of Advisors
Martin Fischer
Martin Fischer is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. He also serves as the Director of the Center for Integrated Facility Engineering. CIFE is the world-leading academic research center on virtual design and construction. Dr Fischer is known globally for his leadership in developing virtual 4D modelling methods to improve project planning, enhance facility life-cycle performance, increase the productivity of project teams, and further the sustainability of the built environment.
Cesar Buenaventura
Cesar Buenaventura is the current Vice-Chairman of DMCI Holdings, Inc., and Chairman of Mitsubishi Power Philippines, former Chairman of AG&P, and former CEO of the Shell Group of Companies. He was designated Honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire by her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. He completed his Master’s Degree in Civil engineering with a major in Structures from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania as a Fulbright Scholar.
Jonathan Ragan-Kelley
Jonathan Ragan-Kelley is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science of EECS in UC Berkeley. His work focuses on high-efficiency computer graphics, at the intersection of graphics with systems, architecture, and compilers. He has worked at all three major GPU vendors in architecture, compilers, and research, and built a real-time preview system for the special effects industry in collaboration with Industrial Light & Magic. Jonathan completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at MIT, and BS in Computer Science at Stanford University.
Gregg Young
Gregg Young is the Chief Investment Officer of Karney Properties. Gregg Young began his real estate career in 1979 as a principal partner in the Dallas office of Trammell Crow Company. In 1994, he co-founded and served as chief executive officer of a privately-held Dallas-based investment and asset management firm overseeing a three million square foot portfolio. Gregg Young earned a bachelor’s degree magna cum laude with an emphasis in urban economics from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is a life-time member of the Stanford Professionals in Real Estate alumni association.