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Andrew Frame is an entrepreneur and the creator and CEO of Citizen, the first app to integrate location data with 911 intelligence to keep you and your loved ones safe. In 2007, Andrew Frame was named by Businessweek’s editors as one of the “most likely to shape the future of digital business under the age of 30.”

Andrew Frame grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada, and at 15 years old, he dropped out of high school to start and run his first technology firm, an ISP firm that later became the city’s largest.

After spending much of his career dealing with network architecture, Andrew spent most of it working on network infrastructure. He began work for Cisco Systems in 1997 as a support engineer and was subsequently brought into the Global Center of Expertise (GCOE) team, where he specialized in routing architecture. During his first year with the firm, he received dual Cisco CCIE Certifications, making him the youngest person ever to do so.

He began his career with Procket Networks as a system test engineer in 2001. He went back to his entrepreneurial roots in 2004 and started Ooma, a consumer VoIP corporation based in Palo Alto, California.

In 2005, the Ooma Corporation was founded and began developing the product. Mike Ramsey, creator of TiVo, Ariba’s founding CEO, Keith Krach, and Sean Parker, co-creator of Napster, were among the technology executives who helped build it. In 2007, the firm secured $27 million in financing from Worldview Partners and Draper Fisher Jurvetson, among other investors. The company’s management team includes individuals who formerly worked for Sling Media, Yahoo, and Apple. Visit this page to learn more.

Following that, he co-founded the Academy for Learning Development and began teaching online courses through Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner. The online course is divided into sections based on lessons, including recruiting a startup team, establishing a goal, and obtaining startup funding.


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