Hailing from the Beehive State and now basking in the Southern California sunshine, Travis has always been a fan of buildings and tech. As co-founder of Propmodo, Travis is on a mission to bring together like-minded (buildophiles?) to figure out the future of buildings and cities.
Franco Faraudo has an MBA in entrepreneurship and has worked with companies on their branding and content strategy. He has worked in real estate as an agent, manager, and investor. He writes about the intersection between the physical and digital world and is a co-founder of Propmodo.
In addition to being an associate publisher for Propmodo, Logan Nagel is a real estate professional at Cushman & Wakefield | PICOR, Tucson, Arizona’s leading commercial real estate firm. He studied urban planning and architecture at the University of Arizona and graduated from the University of Illinois with a degree in international development.
Alice is the Director of Product Innovation at Ping An Urban Tech. She earned her masters degree in Real Estate Development at Columbia University where she was also a research assistant in the Center for Urban Real Estate (CURE). Prior to Columbia, she gained international experience in real estate, risk management, management consulting, and commercial mortgage underwriting.
Candyce is the founder of PropelGrowth which helps real estate technology firms improve marketing and sales. An expert in complex sales, she guides firms in adopting best practices to attract leads, build pipeline and facilitate the customer buying process. Prior to launching PropelGrowth, she founded four other companies including two financial technology providers, one of which was named a Fast 50 technology company.
Jeff wears many hats: copywriter, author, and blogger. He has ten years of experience working in clean energy and climate change policy and management, and a master's degree from UC San Diego in international environmental policy. The nexus of environment, energy, climate, and technology fascinate him and drive his career.
Joshua Fraser is the founder and CEO of Estated, a venture-backed (Foundry Group and Techstars Ventures) real estate and property data company in Boulder, CO and Kelowna, BC set on re-defining the gold standard for the industry. An early fascination with Google Adwords and analytics at the age of 18 inspired Josh to start Data Nerds in early 2014, which specialized in Carfax for Homes. Data Nerds' success landed them into the prestigious Techstars Boulder 2017 program, from which Estated grew.
Kayla Matthews is a researcher, writer and blogger covering topics related to technology, smart gadgets, the future of work and personal productivity. She is the owner and editor of ProductivityTheory.com and ProductivityBytes.com. Previously, Kayla was a senior writer at MakeUseOf and contributing freelancer to Digital Trends. Kayla’s work on smart homes and consumer tech has also been featured on Houzz, Dwell, Inman and Curbed. Additionally, her work has appeared on Quartz, PRNewswire, The Week, The Next Web, Lifehacker, Mashable, The Daily Dot, WIRED and others.
Patrick is the VP of Product for Reonomy, a commercial real estate and analytics company. Previously, Patrick worked for McEnery Company—a CRE valuation and advisory firm operating across the coastal gulf, where he opined on the value of hundreds of assets with an aggregate value exceeding $1bn. Patrick graduated summa cum laude from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Science in economics and psychology.
Raja is a Co-Founder of Propstack and is responsible for the strategy and overall operations of the firm. He is passionate about technology for commercial real estate and brings over fifteen years of experience of advising Fortune 500 firms on their real estate strategy in India. Raja has built Propstack into a leading provider of CRE data information and analytics in India and hopes to transform the commercial real estate industry.
Riggs co-founded Honest Buildings in 2012 after a decade in the commercial real estate industry, including five years at Tishman Speyer in acquisition, asset management and global sustainability. He learned first-hand the frustration and inefficiency of the real estate industry relying on out-dated, paper-based processes and he believes strongly that innovative enterprise technology can solve these problems in the same way it has in almost every other industry.