I am the co-founder and CEO of Limit, a Series A digital brokerage for commercial insurance.
I attended the University of Chicago, where I learned to use mathematics to interpret the world around me, and developed a passion for building software. I then went to San Francisco for five years, where I learned that the most important ingredients for building are grit and optimism. I now live in New York. Time will tell what I will learn here.
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