FounderEvan J. Zimmerman
Evan J. Zimmerman is an entrepreneur, investor, and writer. Right now, Evan is the founder and CEO of Drift Biotechnologies, a company making bioinformatics software. He is the founder of Jovono, through which he invests his money. Evan was inducted as the youngest member of the MAK Museum in Vienna's Biennale Circle, which planned the 2017 Vienna Biennale on the “Future Of Work” and was Chairman of the Clinton Health Access Initiative technology council, which advises the technology of global public health in dozens of partner countries. He is a member of the strategy board for Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine at USC. He also speaks and writes on technology, with popular pieces and academic publications in places like Techcrunch, the California Management Review, and the South China Morning Post. He is a cofounder of Mighty Mug and Mighty Ventures, Inc, which has sold millions in 23 countries. Evan has a law degree from Berkeley Law School, where he was a Dean’s Scholar with certificates in technology law and business law and won a Prosser award. He graduated from the University of Chicago, where he was a University Scholar, with general and departmental honors in economics and conducted his thesis work on the economics of embargoes as a visiting undergraduate at Harvard University.
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