For each founder, please list: YC username; name; age; year of graduation, school, degree and subject for eachdegree; email address; personal url, github url, facebook id, twitter id; employer and title (if any) at last job beforethis startup. Put unfinished degrees in parens. List the main contact first. Separate founders with blank lines. Put anasterisk before the name of anyone
able to move to the Bay Area.dmorrill; Danielle Morrill; 27; 2003, Bainbridge High School, high school diploma; email@example.com; http://www.daniellemorrill.com, https://github.com/dmorrill, daniellemorrill, daniellemorrill; Twilio Head
of Marketingkmorrill; Kevin Morrill; 34; 1997, Shorecrest High School (University of Washington bachelors undeclared); firstname.lastname@example.org; NA, http://www.github.com/kmorrill, kmorrill, mistermorrill; HelloFax Software DeveloperSparksZilla; Andy Sparks; 23; 2011, Ohio State University, B.A. Globally Informed Entrepreneurship; email@example.com; http://andysparks.co, https://github.com/AndySparks, SparksZilla, SparksZilla;
LaunchGram CEO/CofounderPlease tell us in one or two sentences about the most impressive thing other than this startup that each founder hasbuilt or achieved.Danielle - Twilio developer community of 100K+ users, company valuation > $100M before I leftKevin - building the core developer tools in Windows used by over 5M developers, running apps for over 400M usersAndy - started 2 micro-breweries before he turned 21Please tell us about the time you, dmor, most successfully hacked some (non-computer) system to your advantage.Kirsty sent out an email letting us know about a house available to rent for YC companies, and asked us to email the owner. I saw a phone number in the original mail and decided most people in YC were oriented toward doing everything online and would default to doing what they were told and using email. I called the landlord and within 40 minutes we had an offer on the house, toured the same day, and signed the lease the next morning.Please tell us about an interesting project, preferably outside of class or work, that two or more of you createdtogether. Include urls if possible.We co-hosted a bunch of parties over the summer at the old Referly house, but other than that, it's been all Referly/LaunchGram since we met.How long have the founders known one another and how did you meet? Have any of the founders not met in person?