The Story Behind the Three Young Female Entrepreneurs Who Co-founded a Startup to Facilitate Disaster Relief

In July of 2014, Margaux Giles, Katelyn Dunn, and myself, ages 18, 17 and 20 years old respectively, came together at a five-week program in the heart of Silicon Valley at Singularity University to learn about the trends of cutting-edge technology and their role in solving global problems. During the program we decided to devise a solution to the lack of on-demand communications networks in disaster-struck areas, in order to facilitate relief efforts. After thorough research and late nights of brainstorming, Disaster Mesh was born.

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