Josh is passionate about creating value in this world by alleviating the problem of medication adherence.
He received his MBA from Wharton in 2012, with majors in Entrepreneurial Mgmt and Marketing & Operations Mgmt. Before that, he worked for a number of successful startups in NYC such as Lot18, PlaceVine, and FreshDirect.
In 2006, he graduated from Wash U. in St. Louis, with majors in Economics and Finance. Oh, and he performs stand-up comedy.
John graduated from Yale in 2007, majoring in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Next, he developed software for four years at Bridgewater Associates – specializing in data-driven portfolio construction and eventually leading a small team of developers on month-long project sprints.
He then returned to Yale for his Masters in Computer Science – focusing on large scale systems design. Also, he holds the Yale school record in shot put.
Mike graduated from Bucknell University in 2009 with his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
Coming out of school, Mike joined GE Aviation's Edison Engineering Development Program in Cincinnati, where he spent three years working on aircraft engine design.
He also holds a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio State University. He enjoys product design, manufacturing, and supply chain management, and, unfortunately, is a fan of the NY Jets.