As the founder and software architect of inDinero, Jessica drives the development of inDineroâ€™s product strategy, software development, and design efforts. She designed inDinero for the typical small business owner, knowing that its usefulness and simplicity would change the way business owners look at money. Founders Jessica Mah and Andy Su built the core product over the Summer of 2009, and the company has since won funding from UC Berkeleyâ€™s Center of Entrepreneurship and early stage investment firm YCombinator.
In her early life, Jessica was the founder and technical lead behind internshipIN.com, which helped match students with internships. Sheâ€™s been programming since age 9, building businesses since age 12, and finished high school at age 15. Jessica holds degrees from Simonâ€™s Rock the Early College, and the University of California at Berkeley, where she studied computer science and was president of the computer science undergraduate association. Jessica has been mentioned in publications ranging from Inc. magazine to the Wall Street Journal, and has been featured on PBS to encourage students to pursue science and entrepreneurship.
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