is to empower bystanders to save lives by equipping them with the resources necessary to respond to medical emergencies
preparation and empowering others
is to transform bystander administered first aid, forever
is comprised of medical professionals, military veterans and software developers
Luke Boland is extremely passionate about the Mobilize Rescue System and its ability to empower bystanders to save lives. After being a professional investor and trader for over twenty-five years, Boland founded Yolo Partners in 2011 to execute short-term trading and long-term investing strategies following a thirteen-year tenure at Renaissance Technologies. Thanks to a short-term fixed income security algorithm developed by Boland, Yolo Partners actively traded liquid securities. Boland’s long-term investments include investments in real estate, manufacturing, security, technology, medical and oil and gas investments.
While at Renaissance, widely recognized as one of the most successful hedge funds globally, Luke traded equities, stock indices, fixed income and commodities across Asian, European and U.S. time zones. Prior to Renaissance, Boland was as a Vice President at Nesbitt Burns BMO and Fuji Securities where he traded zero-coupon bonds in Chicago.
Boland's interests are in family, friends, skiing, golfing and anything outside.
Boland received his BS degree in Finance from Miami University in 1990.
Cody Heitschmidt was born and raised in Hutchinson, KS.
After high school he enlisted in the Marine Corps where he served for 4 years as a Special operations capable Reconnaissance team member and Marine Corps Sniper.
In 1998 he left the Marine Corps and worked for 2 years for Koch Industries in the Gas and Oil Operations division. While employed at Koch he started a hunting and fishing guide service and quickly realized he liked most aspects of starting businesses and growing them compared to working in large well established corporations.
In 2004 He sold the outfitting business and joined his wife in starting a web design company that quickly morphed into a full service advertising agency serving clients in 20+ states and internationally. In 2008 he and his wife sold that agency and Cody began a consulting career where he developed the marketing and sales strategies for dozens of companies around the world.
In 2013 one of his consulting clients asked him to take a full time role as Chief Marketing and Sales Officer to develop and deploy a marketing and sales team in the education sector. During this stint he convinced Double Robotics that there was an education market for their emerging product and grew it to become their largest sector in 18 months of controlling all education sales. In July 2015 Double Robotics offered Cody full time position to grow their education sales world wide and he accepted.
As education sales grew and staying true to the start up world, in Jaunary 2016 Double Robotics also tasked Cody with developing and administering their channels sales throughout North America and expanding sales through resellers and distribution while still protecting a valuable direct sales market.
Cody has been married to his wife Tamara for 21 years and has a 20 year old daughter Baylee and a 18 year old son Chance and a energetic puppy named Paris.
Born and raised all along the Baja California, Mexico peninsula and the Southern California area, Mo began working as a heavy-duty transmission and differential repair specialist for two years after graduating high school in 1992.
In 1994, he enlisted into the Marine Corps and served as a Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Marine. During his active duty service, he played a key role in the business development of the Marine and Naval bases he was assigned to-by generating revenues through retail, food, hospitality, recreation, and services.
Mo was assigned as a Marine Recruiter from 2000 to 2003 in the State of Michigan. He served both as an Enlisted Canvasing Recruiter and an Officer Selection Assistant in the cities of Saginaw and East Lansing where he successfully met the demanding recruiting quotas of those times.
As a MCCS Marine, he was deployed to Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2005 to 2006, and 2008 to 2009. He also deployed to Operation Enduring Freedom in the Al Anbar Province of Afghanistan during 2012. During these tours, Mo was instrumental in the development of his team but also in the improvement of services to the Marines, Soldiers, Airmen, and Sailors in combat.
Over the 22 years of active service, Mo was assigned to duty stations from Iwakuni, Japan to Camp Pendleton in California and Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, where he retired from active service in 2017 as a Master Gunnery Sergeant.
He has been Married to his wife Rachael for 15 years and has a 23 year old son Nevin who is currently on active duty in the Navy, a 14 year old daughter Sofia, and a 9 year old daughter Laila.