Rose Broome

Rose believes in the power of technology to create health, happiness, and positive transformation in the world. She is the founder of HandUp, a crowdfunding platform for homeless people and neighbors in need. Previously, as the COO at SuperBetter Labs, she managed the SuperBetter product and team operations, searched for meaning in data sets small and large, and conducted research with academic partners including UPenn's Positive Psychology Center. At Inigral Inc., Rose pioneered predictive modeling research connecting social network data to student success outcomes for top US universities. She also served as a data manager for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign forming San Francisco's 200+ person data team. Rose created or was a core organizer of the following communities: SF Homeless Innovation Meetup, Health Extension Salon, Science Hackday SF, SFSU Association for the Advancement of Secular Knowledge, and SJ Food Not Bombs. She studied Campaign Management at Santa Clara University and has her master's in Psychological Research from San Francisco State University.