Meet Jeremy

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Jeremy Richardson is a successful startup founder, entrepreneur, engineer, and artist. At 23, he co-founded Womply, and over four years helped grow it to 100 employees and over 30,000 brick and mortar merchant customers. Throughout his tenure, Jeremy played a critical role across product development, marketing, operations, sales, business strategy, and hiring. Today, Womply employs over 250 people and is one of the fastest growing merchant-focused companies in America, having raised a $30 Million Series B.

In mid 2015, although things were going well for the company, Jeremy was being deeply called to explore a calling to help others achieve mindful leadership. Now, he’s been called to empower founders and leaders to awaken this power within themselves and incorporate Flow into every aspect of their lives.

Jeremy holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and he creates art at Activated-Art.com. You can learn more about him at jrich.io.

Meet Gigi

Gigi Azmy is a world class coach that has also run a tech consulting company for the past 6 years.  After getting her MBA, she joined the global consulting company Accenture until she decided to go independent. She went on to found Azmy Consulting, where for the past six years she’s been designing, managing, and implementing technology solutions for Fortune 500 companies.

What people in the tech and consulting world did not know about Gigi was that she studied personal development and advanced spiritual teachings on her own since she was 16 years old.  Outside of her consulting business, she began to step into her role as a mentor as people naturally began coming to her seeking guidance and eventually she was asked to start leading mindfulness trainings and coaching. In stepping into this role, she was able to understand and refine her innate ability to guide others. She uses this gift to help her clients unlock their next stage of advancement helping them access the power and truth latent within themselves.

She is co-founder of Urban Awakening where she has facilitated monthly and weekly mindfulness circles for the past 3 years in San Francisco.