Parsyl was founded with the mission to improve lives and save money by providing a better way to ensure the integrity of sensitive goods as they are shipped around the globe.
Parsyl’s founders bring a unique combination of leadership experience in supply chain logistics, big data analytics and disruptive technology.
Ben founded Parsyl to solve the quality challenges he encountered while moving billions of dollars of life saving products to every corner of the globe. Ben is a former senior Obama Administration official where he served as Chief of Staff at the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and later as the director of USAID’s credit financing division, the Development Credit Authority. He has held leadership and program positions at leading global development organizations, including ONE and the Clinton Foundation.
As a technical product manager at Google, Alex honed his ability to combine a frictionless user experience with the smart use of data and insights to create high value products. As Head of Product at ZestFinance, Alex built innovative machine learning based credit underwriting infrastructure to support consumer underwriting, and at EMI Music he built first of their kind analytics and decision support tools.
Mike has spent the last 10 years building software and integrations that make global supply chains run smoothly, both at SPS Commerce where he led R&D in supporting a retail supply chain for over 60,000 B2B customers and at his own supply chain focused company that he founded and sold.
Souley has more than twenty years experience strengthening the capacity to establish, manage, and monitor laboratory services and networks across Africa. Early in his career, Souley worked on polio, measles and yellow fever vaccines potency testing. As a leader of the CDC’s Namibia laboratory program, Souley supported the Namibia Ministry of Health Institute of Pathology in designing of state-of-the-art laboratory services for HIV, TB and STI diagnosis, care, and treatment, at all levels of the laboratory network across Namibia. While in Namibia, he also worked on immunity to polio, measles and rubella at a population level.