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[Stanford Rebuild]
Virtual Showcase Finalist

Selected as one of 11 Finalists from over 5,300 participants through Stanford Rebuild hosted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

[Clinton Initiative]
Student Action Fund Finalist

Chosen as a Student Action Fund Finalist from 1,400+ proposals by the Clinton Global Initiative with the opportunity to secure assisted crowdfunding.

[Sling Health]
Accelerator Finalist

Chosen as a top 5 team in an intensive summer accelerator focused on biomedical innovation pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic.

[Coding it Forward]
First Act Fund Finalist

The First Act Fund supports early-stage doers with ideas for significant technical solutions to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time.

Skandalaris Venture Finalist

Selected as one of seven Finalist from 62 applicants to the 2020 Skandalaris Venture Competition at Washington University in St. Louis.

Hackathon Award Winner

Awarded for the use of Microsoft Azure SQL Database at hack:now for the storage of patient's medical data collected through our SMS platform.

Impact Access Program

Selected for $500 USD kickstart credit and discounts on future Twilio product usage through the Impact Access Program for Compass' technical workflow.

[Y Combinator]
Startup School & Build Sprint

Accepted to YC’s inaugural Build Sprint, a 4 week-long program featuring YC Startup School curriculum with the opportunity to secure non-equity grants.

[BALSA Grant]
St. Louis Award Quarterfinalists

Selected for second round review by The BALSA Foundation for a grant designed for early-stage entrepreneurs and their ventures.

Stanford University

Chosen to participate in Stanford’s Hacking 4 Recovery, a week-long intensive featuring the National Science Foundation I-Corps curriculum.

[Forge 2020]
Conference Startup Participant

Selected to attend Forge 2020, the largest student-run conference in the Midwest, driven by engagement with venture capitalists and seasoned entrepreneurs.

[Cal Hacks]
Hack Month Participant

Accepted to Hack Month, a month-long initiative for university students across the country to accelerate product build, launch, and marketing.