Subodh Parulekar (MBA '07), Co-Founder of AFOUR Technologies.
Ed Sarausad (MBA), is the Senior Managing Partner and Chief Technology Officer of Alacer, a strategy and engineering consulting firm.
Justin Saul (MBA '07), CEO and Derrick Burke (MBA '07), CMO founded Aurumis with two other MBA alums on a core idea that has flourished into a bold plan: taking the best technology and ideas on the Internet and creating an enhanced way for content providers to thrive while also giving their consumers a delightful, trusted, and meaningful experience.
David Diaz (MBA '12), founded uproost.com, with the vision of breaking down traditional barriers faced in the online vacation rental industry. Offering a unique auction-style bidding process for booking vacation rentals and short-term accommodations, the company brings travelers and hosts together in an engaging and social way, with a commitment to trust, safety, and simplicity at the core.
Anup Kejriwal (MBA '03), Founder & CEO of MangoApps. It offers group-centric communication technology that enables instant, intelligent, focused, one-to-one or multiparty discussions that persist as long as it makes sense to securely connect employees, partners, customers and website visitors with the right people.
Neeraj Chawla (MBA '04) founded Mpanion, Inc. with an aim to develop consumer-focused mobile location based applications that put users in control of their location information and enhance the privacy and security of their personal information.
Jennifer Olsen (MBA '05) is the founder and CEO of Resourceful HR. As an HR outsourcing and staffing company we provide expert support and guidance so you can focus on revenue-generating projects while we help you with motivating employees, recruiting top talent and minimizing legal risk.
Scott Bright (MBA '02) is the founder and CEO of Synapse. Providing leading companies with mission critical product and technology development; Synapse is built on a culture of taking risks. They succeed where others have failed.
Francisco Zapata (MBA '08) and his team turned their award winning plan to commercialize commuter bicycles constructed with high-grade recycled aluminum alloy into Zapata Cycles. Located in Seattle, Zapata Cycles rebuilds old bikes, outfits them with hand-built wheels and makes them better than new.
Tymon Johns (MBA '12) founded whatsinthisstuff.com after realizing they didn't understand half an ingredients list when working on an MBA project. After a feature in geekwire.com, they are looking to take their business to the next level.