Miranda Castro and Jim Hoyt have been working together since 2000 on a variety of homeopathic projects starting with Kent Homeopathic Associates (now Synergy)—creators of MacRepertory and ReferenceWorks, and including the National Center for Homeopathy, the Council for Homeopathic Certification and others.

They joined forces (homeopathic and software development) to create COMPASS and to continue to develop it with the aid of a number of talented beta testers from around the homeopathic world.

About Miranda

I Iove technology…starting with my first Mac (SE) in 1984. I defected to PCs in the 90s and back to Macs a few years later! I created my first practice management software (in FileMaker) In 1995.

I am passionate about all things homeopathic: I have used it my whole life in some form growing up with a naturopath/homeopath as our family doctor. I have been practicing homeopathy since 1982, and teaching and writing about it since 1986.

I live in Gainesville, Florida where I am practice, write, teach and develop healing products for my online shop!

About Jim

I have been working with Apple Macintosh computers since 1985 and developing FileMaker databases since since 1987.

I have designed, developed and maintained databases and websites for the homeopathic community since 1992 including Washington Homeopathic Products, Synergy Homeopathic, the Council for Homeopathic Certification, the North American Society of Homeopaths and the National Center for Homeopathy.

I live in West Virginia and in my spare time I watch birds, garden and contradance.