Currently CEO and co-founder at RVshare which is the largest peer-to-peer RV rental marketplace.
I grew up poor, not only living on the wrong side of the tracks but homeless living in an industrial garage.
At the age of 13 I started my first company so I could escape homelessness and poverty.
I've founded or co-founded close to 30 companies since the age of 13. Over the years my companies have generated hundreds of millions in revenue.
Some of the companies were very successful while others were flops. I've experienced ultimate highs like generating more than a million dollars in sales in a day and ultimate lows like getting sued by the attorney general for marketing campaigns that were too aggressive.
Through all the ups and downs I've learned something from every company I've started and each new company seems to be bigger and better than the last.
I first started companies to escape poverty and make money, now I start companies to add value to society and solve problems.