Mycrophone began around 2005, when Ken found himself in a lecture and being hard of hearing was having difficulty hearing audience members pose questions to the panel. He thought to himself, "This is crazy, we all have cellphone microphones in our pockets, there must be a way to patch those into the PA system." And he set about devising a solution.
A few years later he met Andrew, working as an Apple store trainer, who was assigned to configure Ken's new iPhone. Both were graduates of Harvard, technophiles and entrepreneurs and they immediately hit it off and began to collaborate.
Today, years later, the result is a stellar product design that turns all iOS and Android devices into wireless microphones.
Meet The Founders
After stints at Apple and local Palo Alto start-ups, Andrew co-founded Mycrophone in 2013. Responsible for all day-to-day operations, strategy, business development, design, and web-development, Andrew shepherds the project to realization. Andrew's neighbors will attest he is an avid beta tester of Mycrophone. In his free time, Andrew enjoys playing, composing, and engineering music, and learning about the Indo-European language family. Andrew holds a BA from Harvard College.
Co-founder & CEO
Ken, the inventor of Mycrophone's core technology, is the company's Eminence Grise, using his 50 years of experience in new product development and intellectual property creation and licensing to oversee all technical, IP, and strategic decision-making. Ken's experience is vast: since founding his first company while an undergraduate student, Ken has founded eight companies that went public or were acquired by public companies. Ken holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Co-founder & Chairman