We promise you’ll never meet another team quite like us.
Bia Founder and Silicon Valley concept to launch expert with nearly $1B in revenue to her credit, Cheryl has discovered she’s a badass bootstrapping never-give-up entrepreneur at her core. She’s also a MIT grad, mother of 4, late-blooming triathlete, and has Ironman Lake Tahoe in her sights.
Server Guru and perfectionist who’s “been there and done it” before, Tim still pulls all-nighters to ensure he’s doing it even better this time around. Tim founded GPS tracking company GeoTrax, worked at Los Alamos Labs, studied at MIT, earned a PhD from Berkeley, has tackled the worlds most awesome peaks (on his bike) and is a former Ultimate Frisbee National Champion.
The head, heart and hub of all things hardware, Roger is a Type-A version of Jimmy Buffet…if Jimmy had started and sold 3 GPS product companies, earned degrees from MIT and Stanford, and had flown Hornets in the Marines. Yeah, he’s sort of a big deal.
With 16 years in consumer embedded systems spanning network equipment, biometric readers, and human interface devices from air mice to human gesture musical instruments, Jen is as true sensor ninja. She has a BS in Computer Engineering from University of Illinois-Urbana plus an MBA. When she’s not creating beautiful product, she dancing until her toes bleed and creating avant garde choreography.
Rebecca Mair Lowery
Resident BAMR (bad-ass mother runner) and social media guru, Rebecca has quickly become the voice of Bia across Tweets, Pins, Status updates and hashtags everywhere. She’s is a former high-school English teacher, turned SAHM, turned Kickstarter backer, turned indispensible member of the team.
Extreme antenna designer, Stanford PhD, dad of 2, and potentially the world’s most interesting man, GKG has navigated the Mars Rover for JPL, built a backpack version of Google Street view, thwarted bank robberies with an asset tracking system for 3Si, and car-camped under the sweet blue glow of 2 dozen charging Go Sticks.
Design Engineer for 3 GPS Tracking companies with deep electrical design and manufacturing experience, Fernando is the founder of ERAM, runs “Bia South”, and is best described as the MacGyver meets Ryan Gosling of electrical engineering.
We’ve been trying to recruit Jacob for over a year and with good reason.He is nothing short of an embedded systems monster. A Bulldog with a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech, the only thing more impressive than his 4.0 GPA is that he completed his first two years of college while still in high school. Jacob plays a mean trombone and has been car-free for over a year — unrelated but awesome facts.
Intern and vice-president-in-charge of all things USPS, FedEx, UPS and Mailchimp, Dana’s a Puget Sound grad, a Theta, and a former competitive swimmer. She’ll be wrangling field testers, prototyping pop-up retail programs, and building the foundation of our SEO domination.
Board Member and original Bia Co-Founder; social media veteran and marathon open water swimmer. Sylvia now makes sure the wheels stay on the wagon when it comes to legal, patents, accountants and well, the operational items that aren’t all that sexy.
Official UX advisor at Bia. Jordan cut his teeth at @Frog Design, @Verizon and @Carnegie Mellon University. He founded Designers + Geeks and now he’s designing our watch interface and mobile app.
Queen of Neoprene, Multisport Solutionista and the inventor of the first (and only) wetsuit that makes your butt look good. Need I say more?
We’d call her a “growth hacker” if it wasn’t such an objectionable term. A veteran of MySpace and JustFab, Lindsay is a digital marketing powerhouse who loves data, can hustle creative, and brings an arsenal of direct experience in the lifestyle and fitness markets with her. She’s a paddle-boarder, surfer and soon-to-be puppy owner as well. (Every startup needs a puppy!)
Asia Team: Amphibian.Asia and Radiance Electronics
They built Apple’s original Asia supply chain. They deliver high volume wearable products for Disney and Nike. Partnering with Bia was the obvious next step.