Screenleap is the fastest and simplest way to share your screen to any device. Your shared screen can be viewed from any web-enabled device without having to download or install any software.
Screenleap, Inc. was founded in October 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. We believe in empowering people through easy-to-use communication tools that get out of the way. Our goal is to make it as easy to share your screen with someone online as it is to share with someone in the same room—regardless of the device being used.
Meet the Team
Tuyen is a veteran entrepreneur who is passionate about building great teams and elegant products. He has been cooking up ideas for companies since creating a precursor to Facebook in 1999 as a senior at Stanford that was shut down by the University. Prior to Screenleap, Tuyen founded TeamWork Live, an online project collaboration tool, which he bootstrapped to profitability. Tuyen holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Stanford University.
Allison heads up the engineering effort at Screenleap. She has a love for simple and easy-to-use products—like her vintage sewing machines—and is excited about imbuing Screenleap with those same timeless qualities. Prior to Screenleap, Allison held engineering positions at Guidewire Software and E.piphany. Allison has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.
Founder, Member of Board Directors
Lawrence has been trying to escape Silicon Valley for nearly a decade, so it was only natural that he would help start a teleportation company. Lawrence is passionate about high performance teams and growing great products. He's held senior sales, marketing, and consulting roles at large public companies and high growth startups. Lawrence has a BA in Economics from Stanford University and an MBA from Duke University.
Founder, Member of Board of Directors
Steve heads the consumer evangelism effort for Screenleap. He dreams of a future where people will be using Screenleap to broadcast all the interesting things they are doing on their computers, whether it's designers working on the next great logo or college students showing their friends photos of the latest cutie to friend them on Facebook. Steve has a BS and MS degree in Engineering Economic Systems from Stanford University.