Joseph Schneier is the founder and CEO of Trusty.care, a company dedicated to improving the financial and health outcomes of older adults. He has been working at solving complex social issues for the past twenty years. With a commitment to leaving the world a better place, Jo has been privileged to build products around early childhood literacy, foreign language acquisition, workforce development and has also conducted research on behalf of the Department of State, USAID, Johns Hopkins SAIS, and many other organizations. Jo Schneier has built and sold two companies, with exits in the ed tech space. Jo went on to form a consultancy focused on patient behavioral change that worked in coordination with research scientists on topics like drug adherence. In 2013, he co-founded Cognotion and served as the CEO until January 2018. Jo is currently working on a new startup in the digital health space looking at home as the center of health and community.
Mr. Schneier is a frequent speaker and mentor and has recently spoken at TEDMed, Lake Nona and StartupHealth JP Morgan. He is a mentor at Cornell, NYU, Columbia and Wharton. Cognotion is a Techstars and StartupHealth company and won the 1776 Challenge Cup.