Dennis Crowley is the co-founder and CEO of Foursquare,
the location technology company that powers products used by more than 50 million people every month across 100 countries.
Previously, he founded Dodgeball,
one of the first mobile social services, which was acquired by Google in 2005.
Dennis is also the Chariman of the Kingston Stockade Football Club, a semi-professional soccer team out of Hudson Valley, NY that competes in the 4th division of the US Soccer Pyramid.
He has been named
one of Fortune's "40 Under 40" (2010, 2011),
a member of Vanity Fair's "New Establishment" (2011, 2012)
and has won the "Fast Money" bonus round on the TV game show Family Feud (2009).
He is currently an Adjunct
Professor at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program
Dennis holds a Master's degree from New York University's Interactive
Telecommunications Program and a Bachelor's degree from the
School at Syracuse University.
Kingston Stockade FC
NYTimes Wedding Announcement
NYTimes: Corner Office | Sunday Routine
The Best Buy Ad
The Gap Ad
Vogue Italy | Vanity Fair
Family Feud [more]
Average Athlete vs. Olympic Athlete
Trail Cam Talk
Big Brother Foosball
Patent US 7593740 B2