Born from Disaster
Co-founders Caitria and Morgan created a functional infrastructure for recovery after an EF3 tornado in their hometown of Monson, MA. Read more here.
Recovers.org is the idealization of the infrastructure they built: a clean, easy-to-use recovery software framework that can be deployed before a disaster to prepare communities.
Morgan O'Neill, Ph.D.
Morgan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth System Science at Stanford University, where she studies tropical cyclones (hurricanes) and other extreme weather phenomena. She co-founded the original Recovers platform in 2011 after a tornado struck her family home in Monson, MA and has helped coordinate dozens of community disaster recoveries since, both in person and online. Morgan also served as a volunteer EMT at MIT.
Alvin is an experienced software engineer currently at 10X Genomics. Since receiving his S.B. and M.Eng. degrees from MIT, he has worked in a range of industries, specializing in start-ups. Alvin previously was Chief Technology Officer and later Chief Executive Officer of Sirocco. He helped determine the direction for the Recovers product through user-centered design and research, and built the Recovers web application from scratch.
Chris is the Program Manager of Enterprise Competitive Analysis at Dell EMC, where he created and transformed their competitive analysis division, saving the company millions of dollars annually. As the former Chief Operating Officer of Sirocco, Chris helped grow Recovers into a well-known, government-recognized disaster relief tool. He has helped organize both large and small scale community-level relief for disasters including Superstorm Sandy, the Moore tornadoes, and the Boles Fire.
Supporting Resilient Communities
Recovers is a part of Supporting Resilient Communities (SRC), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in the United States. Learn more about SRC or learn more about the team.
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