One of the founders of YES, Sean graduated from Yale College in 2003 with a degree in engineering sciences. While still in school, Sean founded Higher One, now a leading payments technology provider for higher education. Since then Sean has continued to found and advise startups. He's now the CEO of his latest venture, AdvantiaHealth.
Brad graduated from Yale College with degrees in Molecular Biology and Economics. Since graduating Brad has founded a number of successful companies, including FreeAwesome and General Assembly. Today Brad is working to disrupt the real estate industry as the CEO of his newest venture, Common.
A 2008 graduate of Yale's School of Management, Jennifer now serves as Associate Director of Entrepreneurship & Lecturer in the Practice of Entrepreneurship at her alma mater. Jennifer is also co-founder and advisor at Skillcrush, an online education company tfocused on teaching women technical skills.
President of YES from 2010 to 2011, Max graduated from Yale College in 2012 with a B.A. in Computer Science. While still in school, Max founded his current company SilviaTerra, which focuses on using new technology to bring forestry management into the 21st century.
A graduate both of Yale College and Yale Law, Bill Schnoor is partner in and co-chair of Goodwin Law’s Technology Companies & Life Sciences Group. Bill loves working with Yale startups, and has provided advice to many bulldog founders in the northeast.
Matt graduated from Yale College in 2003 with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. After graduating from Yale Matt founded VideoEgg (now known as SAY Media), a pioneering video ad network for online communities, and he continues to serve as CEO there.