InTown

Creativity Fund, Fall 2012-13

Project Description

Ignition Fund, 2013

About The Project

InTown recognizes the most important foundation to happy relationships are shared, in-person experiences. Today, with jobs and travel taking us across the world, it is often difficult to stay in touch with the people we would like to. InTown looks to convenience users by alerting them when they and other InTown friends will be in the same city at the same time, allowing them to meet up regardless of how well they stay in touch.

About Ty Diringer, Nathan Teetor

Ty Diringer is a graduating senior with an interest in processes, outcomes, and principles. Over the past year, he has helped launch Project Unbound and Kenya Reads, two non-profit organizations working with marginalized communities. He currently serves as a Dalai Lama Fellow.

Nathan Teetor is a Computer Science major at Oberlin College with interests in both Statistics and mobile applications. He enjoys a good cup of coffee or tea, alternative energy designs, listening to Ska music, and spending time with friends and family. His dream is to set foot on another planet.

Team Members

Nathan Teetor ’14

photo of Ty Diringer
Ty Diringer ’14
Entrepreneurship Fellow
Creativity and Leadership/LaunchU Programs