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Co-Founder, Creative Lead
Zach has 10 years experience in the finance, social, and tech sectors. Zach loves using technology to be a force for good.
Zach holds a Bachelors degree from Claremont McKenna College and a Masters degree from the University of Texas in Austin. He currently serves as Affiliate Chairman of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network's DFW chapter.
Co-Founder, Technical lead
With over 12 years of experience in the tech and media sectors, Bradley brings the expertise and technical wherewithal needed to harness the power of technology.
Bradley holds a Bachelors degree from Indiana University. As an avid hockey fan, he also works for the NHL as an Arena Technical Coordinator.
Bryce McDonald, Development & Business Intern
Only a junior in high school, Bryce has experience well beyond his years. Passionate about web development, philosophy, debate, and business development, Bryce has quickly become a jack-of-all trades for the team. His commitment and dedication to learning is inspiring to us all.
With 5 years of experience in mobile and web development, Chris's expertise lies at the intersection of technology, health, education, and economic empowerment.
Chris holds a BS degree from Rutgers University in Biomedical Engineering and a MS degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Computer Science. He is currently consulting and building mobile apps for technology startups.
dr. nancy oppenheimer-marks
With over 35 years experience in the healthcare sector, Dr. Marks served as an Associate Professor at Southwestern Medical School where she conducted research in the Rheumatic Diseases division of the Department of Internal Medicine.
Through her work for the past 17 years, Dr. Oppenheimer-Marks has been an advocate for the elderly and cancer patients. Her PhD in Cell Biology and her many years at Southwestern Medical School give her a strong fundamental knowledge base on the science of cancer and other diseases. She also serves on the board of directors for Friends of Senior Affairs and the Texas Chapter of the Home Care Association of America.
Monica holds a Bachelors degree in Middle East and North Africa Studies from Scripps College. Her senior thesis on family planning practices of Palestinian refugee women in Beirut led her to the health field. After graduation, Monica worked and volunteered in community health, striving to make health care more accessible and responsive to patient needs. She is now pursuing a Master's of Nursing at Columbia University.
With over 30 years of sales and support experience in the computer software industry, Richard left the software industry after the loss of his mother to liver disease in 2004. He launched his own business with the objective of drawing attention to the needs of those providing care for the critically ill and providing a wide-range of support to caregivers.
After receiving his BA from Boston College and MBA from Wharton, he joined Arthur Andersen as a staff consultant and held leadership positions at numerous leading software companies. He currently serves as President of Talk of the Tower Toastmasters in Dallas and previously served on the board of The Dallas Business Club.
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