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Matthew Wolf


Matthew Wolf is an engineer, entrepreneur, community volunteer, devoted father, and the founder of CPR Save. 


As a young boy, Matthew lost his father to cardiac arrest. Years later, he lost his step father to cardiac arrest as well. Both cases occurred at home while a CPR-trained neighbor was less than 100 feet away but remained unaware of the emergency. Matthew’s determination to shorten responder time and get CPR intervention to victims of cardiac arrest is deeply personal. Matthew founded CPR Save to allow the connection needed for neighbors to save neighbors.


Matthew’s professional career provides him with the skills necessary to make CPR Save a success. As an engineer at Ford, Matthew was tasked with solving dynamic problems across a range of engineering disciplines. As an entrepreneur who grew his tile import business to over $1mm in sales within the first year, he honed his business skills.. When Matthew met Rex Lewis-Clack, a brilliant pianist held back by blindness and autism, he started Rex & Friends, a charity which has provided music training and paid performances for talented musicians with blindness or autism.


Matthew brings the problem solving skills he developed as a Ford engineer, the entrepreneurial spirit that motivated him to start his own business, and the passion required to launch a successful charity to CPR Save.


Kelly Chu

CTO (Launch)

Tech Entrepreneur named to INC 500 4x. Founder of ISBX in 2003, a 60 person team of designers, engineers, and data scientists that work with founders and executives to build products and scale teams. 
Clients: Apple, Honda, NBC, Science37 and startups.


Stephen Fahlsing

VP, Marketing

Entrepreneur & digital marketing director, Stephen has over 20 years of experience designing, building, and marketing digital products. Stephen has held senior positions at advertising agencies like MRM/McCann, Denstu, and 180LA, and has led creative and production teams to market the world's most recognized consumer brands (Google, Microsoft, Ford, Toyota, Disney) and currently is the Founder and Managing Director of Bonfire Productions, a Digital Agency in Los Angeles.


Jeremy Stillings

VP, Legal Services

Jeremy spent 13 years as a restructuring attorney in 3 of the nation's elite law firms, focusing on corporate governance issues in distressed commercial enterprises. During his time as an attorney, Jeremy supported his local Chicago community by spearheading his firm's support of a charter high school that targeted impoverished youths. As an entrepreneur Jeremy has continued his support of innovative education engagement as a founding board member of Early Childhood Learning Scholarship Fund; a charity that supports pre-K education in the Boston area. Jeremy's charitable endeavors and his transition from corporate attorney to entrepreneur were based on a belief that experienced professionals can achieve success while having a positive, direct impact on populations that lack exposure to the benefits that professional knowledge and experience provides. It is in this spirit that Jeremy supports the mission of CPR Save - to spread the benefits of life saving medical intervention to all.

Special thanks to members of CPR Save teams at:

University of Michigan School of Information; Mingda Tang, John Falcone, Carly Matz, Ilma Bilic

Loyola Marymount University College of Business, Mentors; Dr. David Choi, Lew Jaffe

Techstars Startup Weekend 2018; Nicholas Auchincloss, Ian Gray, Steven Nassif, Kyu Sun Kim, Aaron Shiinoki, Greg Sopka.