Dan Koh is the Chief Operating Officer of a HqO, a software platform designed to change the way we interact with the world around us. He has played a key role in growing the company to almost 100 employees, $51 million in capital raised, and 110 million square feet under management.
At the age of 29, he was tapped to be the Chief of Staff to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, where he championed data-driven approaches to governing and city services. Prior to that, he had been at the Huffington Post in a variety of roles, including Chief of Staff to its founder, Arianna Huffington.
Dan is Korean-Lebanese. His father and uncle both served President Obama in Senate-confirmed leadership positions at the Health and Human Services and State Departments, respectively.