Abigail is an attorney and a progressive politician in Madison, Wisconsin. She has a B.A. from St. Olaf College and a J.D. from Vermont Law School. Abigail’s career has spanned numerous levels of the government, including at the local, state and federal levels. She’s worked as a White House intern, as an intern at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, in private law practice, and held elected office as a Dane County Board supervisor (which is the county where Madison is located). In her day job, she’s currently a government attorney. Abigail lives in Madison with her husband Brian Potts (a founder below), her six-year old daughter, Lily, and her two-year old son, Sal.
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Amy Jo Miller is a serial entrepreneur, writer and actor. She holds degrees in business management and international business from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. Amy joined Goods Unite Us after 15 years of owning and operating a series of small businesses and startups. Her most recent startup was Eleve Technical Innerwear, a three-year Madison based product development startup, which began with an idea to improve upon existing women’s athletic underwear. Prior to that, Amy worked in marketing and advertising for both Lands’ End and Isthmus Publishing. Amy lives in Madison with her 12 year old son. As side projects, she’s writing a book and helping her son grow his first startup, Miller’s Marvelous Bakery.
Brian is a business attorney, litigator, entrepreneur and writer. He holds a B.S. in Economics from Centre College, a J.D. from Vermont Law School and an LL.M from U.C. Berkeley. Brian is a partner in the Madison office of a large national law firm, where he practices in the firm’s energy and environmental law group. As a side project, Brian recently invented a keyboard for lawyers, called the LegalBoard. He is also a regular contributor to Forbes.com.
Judge has 20 years in the internet technology space. He’s delivered solutions for brands such as Siemens, Bayer, Unilever, SC Johnson, and Nintendo. He embraces the ability of innovation and technology to bring people together. He wants knowledge and understanding to prevail in human culture, not fear and ignorance. Judge lives with his wife Emily and two children (Malcolm and Oliver) outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
David Zoppo is an attorney at a large national law firm. He graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a law degree from Vermont Law School. He enjoys hiking, fishing, playing guitar, and spending time with his dogs.
Harris J. Thompson is currently a Senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science. His websites have been viewed by over ten million people and featured in numerous media publications. He enjoys learning and mentoring, nature, and designing and building software.