This month at Dallas New Tech will feature a fireside chat with our very own Marshall Culpepper, followed by Sky McClure Co-founder of Cortex Therapy Solutions.
Marshall Culpepper is a software engineer and technology entrepreneur with 20 years of experience ranging from web to bare metal. His career has focused on the intersection of open source software and startups, where he has been an early employee and leader at JBoss, Appcelerator, Mozilla, and Spire. His open source pedigree is extensive, and includes many prominent open source projects such as JBoss, Eclipse, Appcelerator Titanium, WebKit, Android, ArduSat, and Mozilla FirefoxOS.
Marshall is currently the CEO and Co-founder of the high growth small satellite company Kubos, and founder of Hickory & Rail Ventures, the company behind Denton's Stoke entrepreneurial co-working space.
About Cortex Therapy Solutions:
Cortex is a mobile therapy product that provides intuitive, user-friendly, gamified
therapy activities focused primarily amongst the modalities of communication, cognition, and swallowing. Before co-founding Cortex with his wife, Madison, Sky worked in administration at the University of North Texas for six years where he held various roles supervising professional staff, streamlining operations, and optimizing university logistics. Having witnessed Madison’s frustration of being under-equipped as an SLP, he knows first-hand the importance and impact Cortex will have in the lives of millions who suffer from medical diagnoses like a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or dementia.