Pipeline Inc. announced its 10th entrepreneurial fellowship class during Thursday evening’s Innovator of the Year event in Kansas City.
This year’s class includes 13 entrepreneurs, hailing from a number of industries ranging from biotech to food to fitness. Fellows will enjoy a yearlong business development program that includes workshops, mentorship and networking among Pipeline members.
The 2016 fellows include:
- Kim Gandy, founder of Play0it Health Inc. (Kansas City, Kan.)
- Jeff Rohr, founder and CEO of SquareOffs LLC (Kansas City)
- Tommy Sanders, founder and CEO of FEWDM Fitness (Kearney)
- Blake Hawley, president and CEO of Integrated Animal Health LLC (Lawrence, Kan.)
- Clayton Chapman, chef and owner of The Grey Plume (Omaha, Neb.)
- Michelle Faits, co-founder and CEO of Pro-Arc Diagnostics Inc. (St. Louis)
- Keith Fix, founder and CEO of Blabfeed (Omaha, Neb.)
- Brian Handrigan, founder and chief innovator officer at Recursive Labs Inc. (Chesterfield)
- Justin Kallhoff, founder and CEO of Infogressive Inc. (Lincoln, Neb.)
- Sarah Mirth, co-founder and CEO of Artifox LLC (St. Louis)
- Devon Seacrest, co-founder and chief reminding officer of Digital Environments (Lincoln, Neb.)
- Vishal Singh, founder and CEO of Quantified Ag (Lincoln, Neb.)
- Kyle Tabor, CEO of Invisible Applications LLC (St. Louis)
The organization also recognized its Innovator of the Year for 2015: Dusty Reynolds, the co-founder of RaceNote, an Omaha-based startup that makes software to help manage auto racing teams.