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.
Co-founder, Chief Executive Officer / Chief Technology Officer
Since receiving his S.B. and M.Eng. degrees from MIT, Alvin has worked in a range of industries, specializing in start-ups. He was previously a software engineer in San Francisco, CA for Crittercism, and in Cambridge, MA for LabLife (now part of LabGuru). He misses biology research from time to time.
Morgan O'Neill, Ph.D.
Co-founder, Chief Science Officer
Morgan has a B.Sc. in Physics from UNH and a PhD in Atmospheric Science from MIT. She has over 3 years of experience in political campaigns ranging from city council races to a presidential election.
Chief Operating Officer
Chris has experience helping organize community-level disaster relief on a large and small scale, including Hurricane Sandy, the Moore tornadoes, the Boles Fire. He holds a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, where he performed clean energy research. He has an affinity for doing back-of-the-envelope calculations in everyday life.
Recovers.org is generously supported by the following organizations.
As a winner of the 2012 Knight News Challenge on Networks our organization is supported by a generous investment and in-kind support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
We are proud Gold Winners of the 2012 class of the MassChallenge Startup Accelerator program, and have benefitted from financial support, mentorship, and office space through the competition.
We are supported by a grant and mentorship as part of the inaugural class of the Code for America Accelerator.
We are proud to be one of Esri's Emerging Business Partners and have benefited from the mentorship, publicity, and technological support they provide.
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