Jenna is a serial problem solver. She's spent years traveling the planet with United Nations and MTV as an educator and social entrepreneur, tackling some of the world's largest obstacles. Her passion for organ donation is inspired by the potential to make a serious dent in the waiting list in the next few years, making this issue very different from some of the other intractable problems on which she’s worked before.
She's a terrible speller, though Greg makes up for it. She's always running a tad late to meetings, but never misses a deadline. She’s a creative perfectionist and a better dancer and parallel parker than Greg, and is terrified of the dark.
Jenna graduated from the University of Miami with a BSEd in 2003 and Columbia University, Teachers College with an MSEd in 2005. She also chaired the Young Leadership Council at Robin Hood, and was named by a Young Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum.
Greg became passionate about organ donation after watching his own father wait five years for a heart transplant. Before ORGANIZE, he worked in venture capital investing in education technology companies, and briefly as a reporter for ESPN Magazine (ask him about his first on-camera interview).
Greg was a member of President Obama’s National Finance Committee and a member of the Board of Directors at Bayes Impact. He graduated from Duke University with a BS in Psychology; only after he graduated did he find out that nobody hires Psych majors, which led him to just co-found his own start-up. Also, he loves a good non-sequitur.