Our Mission & Team
At Warnable, our mission is to improve the safety of people and institutions everywhere through the use of technology. Using crowd-sourced technology and pairing it with tactical strategies borrowed from the military, Warnable aims to enable institutions to remain prepared for any type of threat that it may face.
While technology has advanced to allow people to hail cabs from their phones or use virtual reality to guide them around cities, emergency response innovations has largely remained stagnant. The technology, methods, and procedures for dealing with emergencies today have not changed materially since the fire alarm was invented in 1890.
At the same time, institutions are facing the problem of addressing a growing number of threats with very different needs for each situation. This includes the recent emergence of the intelligent attacker, who possesses the ability to individually wreak mass havoc. While these attacks are happening on an increasing basis, gun control remains a contentious issue that is unlikely to be resolved anytime soon. The need for a tool that helps institutions guide their populations through crisis has never been greater than it is today.
By empowering individuals through the use of smartphones that are ubiquitous in today’s society, Warnable aims to take the emergency response philosophy of “See something, say something” to a whole new level./
Meet the Leadership Team
Before Warnable, Wesley spent close to a decade working in finance and most recently spent 5 years in an entrepreneurial hedge fund environment, gaining experience in nearly every facet of the business. Among other things, Wesley has experience in strategic planning, operations, accounting, marketing, and more.
He holds a degree from Bucknell University in economics and is a CFA Charterholder.
A lifelong entrepreneur and self-taught programmer, Adam has a wide array of experience in development, marketing, finance, operations, and more. Previously, Adam built Booklupe, an online-based college textbook marketplace which won top honors in a venture-backed state competition. Most recently, Adam spent his time at a Japanese Corporate & Investment Bank in the structured/asset/transportation finance group. He holds a degree from Johnson and Wales University in business and marketing communications.
An expert in all-things-mobile, Bayo comes from Microsoft and most recently served as Program Manager on the Windows Mobile Team, working with the major telephone carriers. Bayo is a visionary who loves the challenge of solving big problems.
He holds a BS in computer science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A Microsoft veteran, Marvin previously worked as a Software Engineer in the operating systems space, where his expertise spanned both mobile and desktop technology. His track record included building key components of Windows 10, Windows Phone, Hololens, and Internet of Things (IoT).
Marvin graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Computer Engineering, and also took part in cutting-edge research within the domains of computer graphics, computer vision, robotics, and mobile computing.