Known on Twitter as Coach Stevo, Habitry’s CEO is an internationally recognized expert in motivation and behavior change. Stevo has a BA in Philosophy from the University of Chicago, and an MA in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University. From 2013-2015 he wrote a weekly column on habits and motivation for the 85 million users of MyFitnessPal, contributed to Intervention by Dan John, and published his book, We Make Communities, in 2015. He lives in Oakland and was fired from Six Apart in 2008 for writing a slide deck titled, “Why Do We Hate Our Customers So Much?”
Omar is an AI-enabled mad scientist into human motivation, design, and tech. Despite being chronically unmotivated, he's made it his life's mission to teach individuals, teams, and organizations how to get better at motivation and behavior change. Omar famously went "all but dissertation" when he was pursuing his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of Waterloo (he left with a M.A.). Omar lives in Toronto and has been fired for completely unfunny reasons. He is Owner and Operator of the biggest biceps at Habitry.
Founding team member of 3 startups, Vanessa’s past lives involved marketing and growth hacking for social games, marketing and client services for ad tech, agile product management for a celebrity fan site, and community management for photographers and models. She lives in San Francisco and was fired from IronPort in 2005 for being too busy to pick up Jamba Juice. In her spare time, Vanessa organizes a community of professional women focused on goal setting and achievement.