honorCode is a STEM education non-profit based in Atlanta, GA that enables teachers to deliver a web development curriculum into K-12 education in public schools. honorCode’s cofounders were named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 for Education and won nearly a half million dollars in grants by finishing 1st at the Change the World Competition. In 2017, honorCode trained 30 educators who taught over 1400 students.
Touch Surgery is the world’s first mobile surgical training and rehearsal platform. Founded by surgeons and built in cooperation with and used in program by Stanford, Duke, UPenn, and countless other academic institutions, our mission is to disseminate surgical knowledge, raise the standards of surgical practice, and improve patient outcomes through the use of mobile technology. The is app is available for free on iOS and Android devices and has over 1,000,000 downloads from every country on earth. It has been the #1 iOS Medical App in the United States, United Kingdom, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, etc.
During Matthew’s time at Touch Surgery, he more than 10x’ed growth in user acquisition from below 10,000 users per month to over 100,000. He built all marketing production pipelines, channel management processes, email campaigns and automation, and hired and managed 3 junior marketers/interns. He also coordinated press coverage with organisations such as BBC Click, Bloomberg, and others.
Learn your favorite songs by Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, and many more by following fretboard’s embedded LEDs. Or you can use the gTar’s USB-MIDI capability like Grammy-winning musicians such as Kimbra, Jason Mraz, and Dirty South do, to compose and perform music in your favourite Audio Software. Incident Technologies placed 2nd at Tech Crunch Disrupt, and raised over $350,000 on Kickstarter, more than any musical instrument ever on a crowdfunding platform up until that point.
Hackster is the world’s largest hardware creation community. Hackster empowers people everywhere to learn, build and showcase projects and products they created. The platform brings together people of all skill levels and provides them with tools and resources to share and collaborate. Hackster was acquired by Avnet in November 2016.
As the first hire apart from the founder, I was tasked with everything from taking notes and iterating on the core product, piloting email newsletters and social media efforts, and building out templates and processes to streamline those executions in the future. I created the filing system and content asset repositories that were foundational operational tools for the business, and allowed for the easy repurposing of assets as the product scaled from a userbase of under 10,000 to over half a million users as of 2018.