In 2013, we started Stabilitas to keep people and organizations safe and productive. We're passionate about tech, data science, policy, and security. We believe technology and collaboration can provide a whole new way of thinking about security, globally.
Chief executive officer
Greg Adams was a Special Forces Team Leader in western Afghanistan. He was responsible for coordinating with multiple types of organizations - from government to NGO to business - from US to Afghanistan to NATO partners. He needed a common operating picture - particularly for keeping people safe. He decided to build it.
Chris Hurst and Greg Adams are classmates from West Point and the same Policy/Data Science/Business program at Harvard.
chief operating officer
After serving as an Army Diver, Chris led engineering teams to complex environments in the Middle East, Asia and South America. Then, prior to Stabilitas, Chris was the Director of Enterprise Risk Management for a large NGO with people and ops in 40 countries.
He wrestled with 3 problems: (1) is this area safe? (2) when an incident occurs, who and what is affected? and (3) how do I quickly inform anyone impacted?
chief technology officer
Stephen Riley's been coding since he was six, when his Grandfather gave him a Commodore 64 and said, "if you want games, you have to build them yourself." He's a bit of a unicorn in that, in addition to serving for decades in senior software engineering roles - he's also an Army leader. In 2007, Stephen was responding to floods in Washington State with his National Guard unit. He saw first-hand the challenges of sharing critical safety information with local EMS and police, and the gaps in the tech at the time. He thought to himself, "man, someone should build tech to solve this." ... So, he did.