Michael Kehoe is the founder and CEO of Johego, an award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit that develops software to help social workers, police officers, and other public servants more efficiently connect people in need with social and medical services, including overnight shelter, mental health treatment, and more. In addition, Michael is an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at Washington University in St. Louis and an intelligence officer in the United States Navy Reserves.
Prior to starting Johego, Michael worked as a senior staff engineer at Geosyntec Consultants, a multinational environmental consulting firm for which he helped design and implement a wide variety of groundwater, stormwater, soil, and soil gas remediation projects. Michael earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, a Master of Science in Civil Engineering on a full academic scholarship from Stanford University, and a professional engineering license in California.
Michael is representing Johego, a finalist in the 2019 Innovate for Good Challenge, as an organization applying new I.T. in the artificial intelligence category.