Behind each startup is a unique story and purpose. Below are companies that are led by exceptional entrepreneurs whose vision I strongly support.

Faraday Bicycles is
revolutionizing urban
transportation through
innovative electric
Make Leaps is online
invoicing software
for the Japanese market.
Mighty Text is a
messaging platform that
allows sending and
receiving text messages
from your computer.
Faraday Bicycles Make Leaps Mighty Text
Sibelius develops products
for age-related diseases,
using evidence-based
biological anti-aging
properties of nutraceuticals.
Money Tree is a mobile
personal financial manager
for the Japanese market.
AppSocially provides tools
to measure and
promote virality in
mobile apps.
Sibelius Moneytree AppSocially
Videogram is a leading
interactive media
monetization platform.
Happy Inspector is the #1
mobile inspection app that
saves property managers'
time on creating
inspection reports.
Home Run uses the power of
group buying to offer daily
deals in cities throughout
Videogram Happy Inspector HomeRun


My parents were both educators who taught me the value of giving back. My contributions focus on education, as I believe in the power of knowledge, and its capacity to drive change. It’s my hope that my charitable work can promote a more educated, thoughtful and prosperous society.

The Wikimedia Foundation runs Wikipedia, which is visited by over 500 million people every month; that’s 2.5 million people for every staff member! The foundation is dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free, multilingual, educational content, and to providing this content free of charge.

Room to Read provides books and and builds libraries across the developing world and has been instrumental in helping over 10 million children learn to read. Room to Read envision a world in which all children can pursue a quality education, reach their full potential and contribute to their community and the world.

“Wealth is not to feed our egos, but to feed the hungry and to help people help themselves.” Andrew Carnegie