Meet Our Founders


Mike Muse

Founder and Chief Executive Officer 
Mike Muse a former Record Label Co-Founder, Pop Culture Expert, Political Expert, and Change Agent. By intersecting politics and pop culture, Mike uses his platform to create social change. As an industrial engineer turned media entrepreneur. Mike is the host of SiriusXM’s award-winning show, “The Mike Muse Show,” Co-host of “Sway in the Morning,” and recently named ABC News Contributor for ABC News Live and the Good Morning America Family. Most recently, Mike became the founder of Vote Quadrant, a nonprofit dedicated to strategic voting to end police brutality. He leverages his platform to show policy as lifestyle, the topic of his first of two TED Talks, a guest lecturer on various topics dealing with the business of music and politics at our nation's top universities.

Mike served as a member of President Barack Obama’s National Finance Committee, to which he was recognized as one of the youngest persons in America to raise over $1 million dollars for any American President in one year. Appointed to serve as the United States Small Business Administration, My Brother’s Keeper, Millennial Entrepreneurial Champion-designed to support President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative. As well as the United States Small Business Administration Federal Commission for the Council of Underserved Communities as the Millennials in Business Representative. His passion will always be tech which is evident with his newly minted fellowship with Google, as a NextGen Tech Policy Fellow. 

Jennifer McGlone

Chief Legal Officer
Jennifer McGlone has spent the majority of her 20-year career fighting to fix systemic issues that prevent consumers from fairly accessing the judicial system.

She received her B.A. from UC Berkeley and her J.D. from Stanford Law School, where she was an editor of the Stanford Law & Policy Review and a fellow with the Stanford Center for Conflict Negotiation. Her specialties include Intellectual Property, Commercial Litigation and Advising Startups. She has held leadership roles at Thelen LLP, Keller, Sloan, Roman, & Holland LLP and Holland Law LLP.

She lives in San Francisco with her wife and their tech-savvy teenage son. Jennifer and her wife, Dee, met at Stanford and were part of the landmark civil rights litigation, In re Marriage Cases, 43 Cal.4th 757 (Cal. 2004), marrying in 2004 when then-mayor of San Francisco Gavin Newsom began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and then again in 2008 after the California Supreme Court declared access to marriage a fundamental human right, which ultimately led to the United States Supreme Court’s landmark civil rights’ decision Obergefell v. Hodges, 576 U.S. 644 (2015). She has both personal and professional experience with how the legal system changes lives and communities.