These are the founders who have joined the collective group to donate to good causes.
Co-Founder & CTO, Arch Systems, a company building a modular hardware platform that lets anyone design custom connected devices and take them to production without needing electrical engineering or manufacturing experience.
Tim is an innovative and compassionate technologist with more than 10 years of embedded electronics experience. He earned a PhD at Stanford discovering the first complete theory of organic solar cell operation. Before that, he independently designed a pico-hydropower power plant as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama that was used as a model for rural electrification. He’s been thinking about how to build modular electronics for the last decade, both independently and with the nonprofit WellDone International where he used low-cost sensors to help ensure access to clean water in rural Africa. He is passionate about empowering people to have equal access to basic resources and ensuring that the next wave of IoT devices benefits all people.
Co-Founder & CEO, Arch Systems, a company building a modular hardware platform that lets anyone design custom connected devices and take them to production without needing electrical engineering or manufacturing experience.
Andrew is an industrious and impassioned entrepreneur with 10 years of experience in energy and power devices. He earned a PhD from Stanford, publishing over 15 papers, and accomplishing the world record in silicon photo anode efficiency. He helped build StartX, one of the top startup accelerators in the world, and has helped scores of IoT companies build their products and companies the old way. He is passionate for empowering hardware innovation and collectively making planetary ecology possible : quantifying, understanding, and acting for a more sustainable earth.
Co-Founder & CEO, Camp Six, a team of technicians creating drones to inspect, clean, and repair wind turbine blades with unprecedented efficiency and adaptability.
Prior to Camp Six, Clement co-founded Local Motion, a fleet management technology company, which was acquired by ZipCar in 2015. Clement is a graduate of Stanford University and École Polytechnique in France.
Co-Founder & CEO, Omada Health, a digital health company that combines the science of behavior change with unwavering personal support, in a breakthrough online program that inspires healthy habits that actually stick.
Prior to Omada Health, Sean was enrolled in Harvard’s joint MD/MBA program, and previously worked in IDEO’s Health & Wellness group driving innovative work for providers, health technology companies, and employers. Sean also spent two years at Google and served as an editor at Medgadget.com.
Twilio is a cloud communications platform for building SMS, Voice & Messaging applications on an API built for global scale.