Last week, Gravyty co-founder and CTO Rich Palmer was honored by Boston Business Journal as a 2019 40 Under 40 recipient. A reception was held for the 2019 winners at The Grand in Boston's Seaport District on October 16th.
The list profiles an impressive group of leaders making an impact on Massachusetts' industries. The group is made up of doctors, young executives, entrepreneurs, and innovative nonprofit and civic leaders.
As the first and leading artificial intelligence company focused solely on social good, Gravyty is honored by Rich's inclusion in this list. Rich is driven by applying technology in ways that improve our world for the better, and under his leadership, Gravyty created the first suite of AI tools for fundraiser enablement. These tools have been proven to help organizations raise more revenue for their causes without hiring more staff, to predict potential donors, and to change the behaviors of frontline fundraisers to increase efficiency.
Prior to Gravyty, Rich was senior product manager and software engineer at RelSci, a $120M business connection intelligence platform and the head of portfolio analytics for Standard & Poor’s CapitalIQ’s quantitative solutions team. Rich is also a natural entrepreneur and has founded four technology-based companies. He was the recipient of the 2015-2016 Entrepreneurship Award from Babson College.