This is a special gathering showcasing three high profile, rapidly growing Denver companies—all founded/co-founded by Harvard alumni.
The panel will cover topics including:
♦ What inspired them to start their companies
♦ The challenges they have encountered, their lessons learned, and advice for other entrepreneurs
♦ How they used their Harvard connections and network in the growth of their businesses
Tom Higley (JD ‘89), Founder & CEO, 10.10.10
Tom is the Founder and CEO of 10.10.10: 10 wicked problems, 10 prospective CEOs, together for 10 days to create market-based solutions to the world‘s wicked problems. Tom has founded and run 7 tech startups, including: Service Metrics (acquired by Exodus Communications for $280 million) and Latis Networks (acquired in 2013). A mentor to hundreds of founders and CEOs over more than two decades, he has also been an angel investor in more than 25 companies. Tom graduated from the University of Michigan and Harvard Law School.
Ed Likovich (AB ‘06, PhD ‘11), COO, Nymbl Science
Ed is the COO of Nymbl Science, a digital health startup focused on falls prevention through balance evaluation and training. He is also the managing partner of Shenango Labs, a fund that makes early stage investments in digital health, fintech, IoT, and real estate. After earning his PhD in applied physics, Ed worked for two years at J.P. Morgan and then was the CEO of GoodLux Technology, a Boston-based digital health startup that developed bright light therapy products for non-pharmacological treatment of depression. Ed graduated from Harvard College, and also earned his Master’s and PhD degrees from Harvard.
Jack McCambridge (AB ‘06), Co-Founder & CEO, Eave
Jack is the Co-Founder & CEO of Eave. Eave reinvents mortgage lending so you purchase like an all-cash buyer.
Eave’s clients can save $1,000s and weeks of precious time. Prior to Eave, Jack was an executive at Hailo, a ride-sharing company. He led bank integrations where he saw why and how banks create painful client experiences. During that same time, his friends were frustrated and anxious with their lenders. He co-founded Eave to fix that. After College, Jack worked in venture capital and helped build solar power companies in India. Jack graduated from Harvard College and received a MBA from Wharton.
This event is sponsored by Kutak Rock