Age 24 | Sleeve a Message | CEO
I am a Chicago native that made my way to St. Louis. At the age of 10, I came up with the idea to place messaging on coffee sleeves. During my academic experience, I learned what it would take to make a disposable sleeve that was able to relay an updated message after studying the infamous and archaic newsvendor dilemma. Sleeve a Message was born out of a South City basement. I built a custom coffee sleeve printer, “RumpleSleeveSkin,” and grew the business to more than 100 clients relationships throughout North America in the first year.
Where did you go to high school?
New Trier High School in Winnetka, Ill.
Washington University in St. Louis, Olin Business School class of 2010, B.S.B.A. in finance and health-care management.
What is the one thing you hope to accomplish in your career?
I hope to start a private equity group.
What is your most rewarding volunteer experience?
Teaching English in the new territories of Hong Kong to a class of 20 10-year-olds.
What is one thing your co-workers may not know about you?
I like YoYos and want to open up a chain of restaurants that exclusively sell pot stickers.