My bio is here: I’m the co-founder and CEO of Revolar, a technology company that builds wearables and software to help people stay safe and live fearlessly. I’ve always had a passion for social issues, which led me to work with Teach for America after I graduated from the University of Florida in 2012. I began working on the idea that became Revolar while I was still teaching, and once my program was complete, I decided to pursue Revolar full time. Over the months and years that followed, my team took Revolar through a successful Kickstarter campaign, two Techstars accelerator programs and a $3 million funding round from Boulder-based venture capital firm Foundry Group.
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