Jeremy Tupper

  • Dalhousie University

Born and raised in London, Ontario, Jeremy started his university education at Western University, where he studied biology, chemistry, and biochemistry. He finished at Dalhousie University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Computer Science in 2014. While in school, Jeremy won 5 awards in the Apps for Halifax contest, came 2nd place in the Dalhousie App Challenge, won the People’s Choice Award at Halifax Startup Weekend, and won the Canadian Business Model Competition. He also taught/mentored coding classes on campus and for Ladies Learning Code, volunteered with Best Buddies, and participated in several school clubs and teams. After graduating, Jeremy was accepted into the Next36 program, where he started a company that built mobile software for direct sales and marketing reps. He currently works as a software engineer for Revlo, a Y Combinator-backed company that provides fan engagement tools for live broadcasters. A very active guy, Jeremy’s grit and competitive nature was developed through a lifetime of playing high level competitive sports, such as football, soccer, and rugby. In his spare time, Jeremy can be found trying to master the ocean on a surfboard, attempting to learn gymnastics, or teaching himself about new technologies.