A bit about me: I started my first company (RED Alerts) at 17, a software platform to ease and enhance event scheduling and communications at schools, churches, and governments. A few years later, I co-founded Phone2Action, where we build tools that help nonprofits and companies activate and engage their supporters to be part of the civic process. You can read more about Phone2Action in the Washington Post and The New York Times.

I'm a member of the Pipeline Entrepreneur Fellowship and a Thiel Fellowship Ambassador.