Prior to founding Threadloom, Paul oversaw commercial and social good products at Google in Search, Commerce, Giving, and Access, and he was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company and Foundation Strategy Group. Paul serves on the Board of International Justice Mission, was a member of the Clinton Foundation team that reduced the price of antiretroviral drugs by 60%, and received the World Relief Helping Hands Award for his work with the Microfinance Advisory Council. He is a graduate of Stanford and Harvard and lives in Palo Alto with his wife, a physician and homeschool instructor, and their two children.
Threadloom believes that the best part of the Internet is communities united by a shared passion. Too often, however, the content generated by these communities is unsearchable and inaccessible. Threadloom provides tools for communities to address this problem: the world's first cloud-hosted site engine designed specifically for communities, search ads, and automated SEO. The Threadloom team includes product and technical leaders from Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and various startups.