Michael Slaby currently runs the Chicago -based startup he founded, Timshel ,  which developed the platform known as The Groundwork .  
Slaby was the Chief Technology Officer of Obama for America in 2008 . In 2012, he joined the Chief Integration and Innovation Officer. When the campaign is finished, it starts with social impact organizations that leverage technology to create social movements.
Hillary Clinton also used the technologies developed by Slaby and his team in her presidential campaign . 
Slaby is the former chief technology strategist for TomorrowVentures , which is an angel investment fund for Eric Schmidt . 
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