CEO at Neighborly
Jase Wilson is founder and CEO of Neighborly, the San Francisco-based fintech startup that modernizes access to public finance — the billion dollar per day market that funds vital public projects like schools and parks.
Prior to Neighborly, Jase founded and operated Luminopolis, a civic software firm focused on saving local governments millions of dollars annually by replacing legacy enterprise software with modern open source equivalents. Jase studied city planning at MIT.
The Quick Talks series highlights social entrepreneurs who are using business principles to solve social and environmental challenges. Featuring Aileen Gemma Smith, CEO of Vizalytics and Jase Wilson, CEO of Neighborly. Moderated by Bruce Usher.
“It’s a marathon… and there’s no charging station for motivation,” says Petar Mirovic of EnGoPlanet. If you’re in it for the sprint, you won’t last for the long term. Social Venture Pitch speakers Michal Alter of Visit.org, Peter Mirovic of EnGoPlanet, Aileen Gemma Smith of Vizalytics, and Jase Wilson of Neighborly talk about the biggest […]