Co-founder of TetherPad, now known at Leavenow, is speaking at our HowTo Conference next week!
By Ayesha Rizvi (Multimedia & Editorial Assistant, Women 2.0)
Everett Harper is CEO and co-founder of TetherPad, now known as Leavenow that started at Women 2.0’s Founder Labs. Leavenow builds scheduling, calendar and logistics software for mobile workers and Fortune 500 clients. In 2014, Leavenow was an integral part of the tech surge that saved Healthcare.gov, and continues to modernize systems to increase access to healthcare. Everett’s expertise stems from customer development and mobile product, and he won a Webby Honoree for the Bottlenotes mobile app.
He was formerly at Linden Lab (maker of Second Life) as head of Community & Customer Acquisition. Everett graduated with degrees from Stanford (MBA & Master’s of Education in Learning, Design and Technology) and Duke (Biomedical & Electrical Engineering) and won a NCAA National Championship in soccer. He has a deep interest in the intersection of mindfulness, social psychology and behavioral data.
Get to know him through our latest Meet The Speaker video (click on the image above to view) and hear him speak about "HowTo Choose Good Partners (and lose others)" at our HowTo Conference next week!
About the author: Ayesha Rizvi is a multimedia & editorial assistant at Women 2.0. She is interested in women, technology & how both, when combined, can contribute to economic growth and stability in the developing world. You can find her on twitter at @arizvii