Greg Docter transcends titles and has done pretty much everything under the sun at Mighty, including sales, marketing, copywriting, growth, customer development and product development. Before Mighty, Greg thought he wanted to be a lawyer. He worked with the Wisconsin Innocence Project, Dane County District Attorney's Office before finally moving to New York City to join the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. After 4 months there, he realized that he was an absolutely terrible fit for a bureaucratic environment, and so decided to join the startup world, where (rumor had it) meritocracy ruled, smart people did interesting things, and he'd have the chance to make a material impact on the business.
Mighty is a socially responsible financial marketplace that empowers people to get a better deal from the justice system. We connect plaintiffs who need financing with the world’s largest group of proprietary investors, who compete to offer the fastest and most competitive terms. We're microfinance meets legal aid, and we're disrupting the legal system.
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