Taylor Johnson is the CEO and founder of VentureStorm- A web platform where entrepreneurs meet developers and developers meet entrepreneurs. VentureStorm has helped thousands of startups all around the world launch and advance their ventures. Taylor is passionate about mending the disconnect between aspiring entrepreneurs with great ideas and the actual developed talent to carry out those ideas.
Ashley is a 19-year-old social entrepreneur who is passionate about body image, media, self-esteem, and more. She co-runs a company called MOVE, where she gives workshops and 5-day summer programs on those issues. Ashley is also a published author, TEDx speaker, and Huffington Post Contributor.
At the age of 22 Luke Faulconer is the founder of Troolu- a company that creates video episodes that share the stories of amazing non-profits and therefore publicize their missions. Over the next year, Troolu will be traveling to a different city every week, partnering with a non-profit organization in each city to volunteer and promote their cause through video. Luke is passionate about creating positive press in a world so full of negative press.
Regina Vatterott has founded/co-founded three companies in the past four years: InspireVive, Dinners-By-Regina, and her current startup- EllieGrid which is a smart pillbox that helps you organize your medication in seconds with the leverage of technology. She has also participated in multiple business competitions globally. Most of all, Regina is passionate about using entrepreneurship and innovation to solve problems and make a positive impact in the world.
Kevin Chan is reinventing the production processes of fashion design. At just 26 years old, he has developed a platform that aims to create transparency in order to empower designers and dissolve the unethical taboos attached to the industry’s production processes. His platform for doing this is Maderight- A business that manages the entire supply chain for fashion companies so they can focus on building their brand and designing products. In his factories Kevin focuses on putting people first. He believes that in the end, that will bring the most success.