Dan Driscoll is an Austin, TX-based entrepreneur and digital technologist.
Four technology startups include him as a co-founder:
* reQwip.com, a local peer-to-peer marketplace for buying and selling sports gear
* Prepify.me, an edtech startup offering free SAT prep online
* Founderati.io, a social networking platform connecting startup community members at universities
* PriceRangr.com, an application that provides Airbnb and HomeAway hosts with real-time pricing suggestions
Dan additionally serves as a digital and social media strategist to EnviroMedia, an advertising and market-research agency serving clients focused on social impact and the environment.
In 2015, Built In Austin included him on its list "50 Austin tech CEOs, founders, designers & hackers you should follow on Twitter."
Prior to moving to Austin, Dan co-founded and directed City FC, an urban outreach nonprofit providing academic and soccer coaching to youth in Washington, DC. He has also worked for Expedia, Inc., The University of Texas, Universal Sports and NBCOlympics.com’s Emmy Award-winning team covering the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
His writing, work and insights have been featured in publications such as The Economist, VentureBeat, Poets & Quants, Universal Sports, NBCOlympics.com, NBCSports.com, Austin Monthly, Bicycling Magazine, The Austin Statesman, The Los Angeles Times, Built In Austin, various local TV news segments and more.
Dan received MBA and MA in Communication degrees from The University of Texas at Austin, as well as BA degrees in Environmental Analysis and Politics from Pomona College in Claremont, CA.
In his spare time, Dan volunteers with organizations such as StartOut and 3 Day Startup and shares streams of nonsense at Medium.com/@dbdriscoll and Twitter.com/dbdriscoll.