More 40 Under 40 Party Pics!
Over 400 of the DC area tech community came to celebrate Bisnow's 40 Under 40 entrepreneurs Thursday night in Crystal City. (ICYMI, here are the 40 Under 40 profiles.) FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, who sheepishly admitted to not always being tech savvy, gave a rousing push to the crowd to continue innovating. Thanks to Mignon for getting into the spirit of our Mardi Gras theme and wearing a few strands of beads. Disruption founder Paul Singh, off on the side, also spoke about the idea of creating more entrepreneur communities like the one he's building in Crystal City.
Brazen Careerist CEO and 40 Under 40 honoree Ryan Healy (middle), with his wife, Rebecca, and Overachiever Media's Jason Nellis. Ryan's company lets employers hold virtual hiring events.
FiscalNote CEO and 40 Under 40 honoree Tim Hwang (left) chats with Radius' Parag Sheth and Green Consulting's Micah Green. Tim is one of three FiscalNote founders and all have known each other since grade school.
Restin founder and 40 Under 40 honoree Frank Taylor (right) with his brother and GC Lewis Taylor. Frank's 4-year-old company provides robotic massage chairs to marketers at companies like IBM, Sprint, Wells Fargo, and Google.
Aquicore founder Logan Soya (right) had JLL VP Bobby Blair, Aquicore biz dev manager Anna Buglaeva, and Oak Locker's Michael Burke to cheer him on. Logan's company helps commercial buildings monitor and manage their energy usage. And Aquicore is cutting the ribbon on its new HQ on 7th St., NW next week.
This KitCheck team included Molly Troha, co-founder and 40 Under 40 honoree Kevin MacDonald (middle), Jessie Spressart, and Bret Kinsella. The 3-year-old company helps hospital pharmacies keep track of medications through RFID tags.
Piper founder Morgan Giddings is flanked by colleagues Kyle Brierly and Joaquin Rodriguez. Piper's mission is to cut down on the amount of paper receipts handed out by retailers through its cloud-based system. (Who isn't ready to get rid of that 2-foot long grocery store receipt?)
Last but not least, this trio of women in tech: Rally Health's Katherine Allen, SpeakerBox's Lisa Throckmorton, and SocialRadar's Shana Glenzer.