Andrew Medal builds and scales companies. Shortly after dropping out of college to chase startup dreams, he helped raise $2.3m to grow what has become a mega-million dollar company leveraging the CrossFit community.
Within six months of being released from two years in prison, he built a successful software development company called Agent Beta, by teaching himself how to code. Through his experience and story, he has reached millions and mentors thousands of entrepreneurs across the globe through a private Facebook Group (request invite here).
Today, he’s the Cofounder of a handful of companies including Bizaboost. Where they build innovative products through leveraging technology.
After the death of his wife in December 2015, he created The Kimmy Project in her honor, which is an entrepreneurship program dedicated to underserved youth. He’s passionate about prison reform and has been a faithful volunteer to The Last Mile nonprofit which teaches inmates in prison how to computer program.
Many moons ago, I was a young troubled youth running amuck all over the city streets. I had the drive but put it towards the wrong things. Entrepreneurship saved my life.
When Kim passed away in December of 2015, I created a nonprofit to rally people around a good cause and keep her memory alive. The nonprofit has evolved and pivoted into a tech entrepreneurship program for underserved youth.
Utilizing resources and curriculum from the Last Mile’s entrepreneurship program, our organization is focused on teaching teenagers how to become entrepreneurs with a focused curriculum and demo day at the end of the program.
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