Kelsey is CEO and co-founder of Dorai Home, a start-up with a mission to eliminate unwanted moisture in every home through eco-chic design and technology. Dorai launched on Kickstarter in August 2018, and funded their goal on the first day, leveraging the combined expertise of Kelsey’s background in brand strategy and design, and co-founder Jason Klug’s experience in product design and development.
In addition to growing Dorai, Kelsey consults with businesses to develop their brand identity, positioning, and optimize their user experience design. She previously lead the strategy and UX capabilities at Super Top Secret, a design agency in SLC. Previously, Kelsey lived in San Francisco honing her skills for Uber, Smart Design and Fjord.
Ryan Treft is a Utah serial entrepreneur who has a deft hand in selecting and developing brands and bringing products to market. He is an investor and operator in Utah crowdfunding success stories such as Coalatree, Corso, and Peejamas. Other successful local companies he is involved with as an investor or operator include IFS360 (warehousing and logistics), Blacksmith International (manufacturing), Steals.com, and UnderCoverMama.com.
Ryan is a board member of the ANASAZI Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit serving at-risk youth and their parents. He holds a Masters in Organizational Leadership degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington.
Brittany Brown is the founder and CEO of LedgerGurus – a fast growing, virtual accounting firm based in American Fork, Utah. LedgerGurus specializes in ecommerce business accounting, and has a unique business model, employing over 40 talented, work-from-home women across the country — experts in finance and accounting, but overlooked by traditional accounting firm models.
The company excels in helping brands manage their products on Amazon, eBay, and other online selling platforms.
Brittany is a C.P.A. and holds Bachelor and Master of Accountancy degrees from Brigham Young University.
Jamaica Trinnaman is the owner of Hello!Bulk, a refill market in Salt Lake City aiming to change the way we consume goods by encouraging customers to use their own containers. She started her company after working well over a decade in the grocery industry where she found herself becoming increasingly bothered by unnecessary packaging.
Jamaica is also the proud mother of three boys (only one of which is young enough to still live at home and be immersed in the throes of his mother’s entrepreneurial life